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Supporters

Activities took place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2017 to promote the safe and positive use of technology. 

This is a list of organisations who have registered to share what they are doing in support of Safer Internet Day. 

 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,645
  • 1,177
    School/college
  • 119
    Charity/youth
  • 158
    Business
  • 57
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 103
    Other
  • Farleigh School The school assembly will have Safer Internet as the focus, and lessons will all have this theme running through them. Pupils will create posters and websites about Internet Dangers and Safety Tips.
  • Beechwood Park School Sharing the e-Safety messages of Safer Internet Day!
  • St. Michael's C of E Primary School We are starting the day with Safer Internet Day assemblies to create excitement across the school. The whole school are creating their own Emoji’s to put on Twitter to promote #giveasmile.
  • Jane Finch (ETEC) Ltd We will have parents session while Digital Leadrers work with children and Y6 and 8 sessions
  • St John's College, Cardiff We are celebrating Safer Internet Day with special assemblies for all age groups. Every pupil has created a pennant for online safety bunting and we are holding a parents' assembly.
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland A social media campaign offering e-safety tips to parents, a live Facebook Q&A session on #SID2017 and spreading the Internet Safety message on local radio and in the local area.
  • Wiltshire Police Delivering cyber safety lessons; PC’s will receive information about sexting incident & POSH. A young person interview will be uploaded into the youth face-book account and several tweets.
  • Herts for Learning Ltd. We shall be raising awareness of eSafety with our schools in Hertfordshire and beyond, with social media postings and more. We have been encouraging schools to take part and get involved in SID2017.
  • St Peter's School St Peter's students will be completing 3 challenges during Feb for SID. These are to 1. Post something positive everyday 2. Do a good deed and post about it everyday and 3. Don't post anything negative - all month
  • Linlithgow Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have a Focus Week, Parent Event and Assembly
  • Streetwise We will organise events, workshops and challenges throughout Northumberland highlighting internet use and positive mental health.
  • Symantec A Symantec team of employee volunteers will present to a number of schools in Reading about how to stay safe on line with helpful hits and tips to teachers pupils and parents .
  • St Columba's Catholic School We are holding our Safer Internet Day quiz in assemblies based on a Beat the Teacher format gameshow. Departmental posters. SID screensaver. Police talk.
  • English Martyrs RCP School We will hold an e-Safety competition and hold an assembly to highlight this event.
  • North Yorkshire Police We will undertake social media activity and take the Safer Internet Day literature into schools.
  • Eastertoun Primary and Nursery School For Safer Internet Day we are raising awareness of safe internet use throughout the whole school
  • Poulton le Fylde the Breck Primary School We will have class assemblies and information to all parents regarding Net Aware
  • Red Desk We are helping spread awareness of Safer Internet Day through our social media and others that we work on.
  • Downsell Primary School We will be holding an assembly in the morning for the children which will be led by the digital leaders. Afternoon activities around internet safety will take place as well as a parent's workshop.
  • Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust Our anti-cyberbullying project, Cyberscene is promoting safe use of digital technologies by delivering a SID performance with colleges & raising awareness with digital games on twitter
  • Baldragon Academy During the week commencing 6th February 2017 we will be promoting online safety with as many young people, parents, carers staff and friends of the school as we can.
  • Warwickshire County Council - Special Education Needs & Disabilities Programme We will be sharing safety tips with our network of young people, families and professionals.
  • Coxhoe Primary School Our Online Safety Crew from KS 2 will help our teachers to create an exciting day of activities - followed by a celebration of our activities with parents with a guest speaker to help educate them too
  • Heronsbridge School We will be running assemblies and workshops using and adapting the Education packs you have provided. SID2017 will also mark the launch of our new DigiLeaders pupil group.
  • Darrick Wood Infant School We will share the Safer Internet Day Assembly, design keys with a key online safety message on and take information home to our parents about keeping children safe online.
  • Westfield Primary Community School We will be having special visitor assemblies, class and whole school activities, competitions and family ICT Treasure Hunts!
  • Foxwood Academy Each class will produce a story (either written or in pictures) of how they can work together and make the Internet a safer place
  • Kearsley Academy Running assemblies and e-safety activities the week of Safer Internet Day.
  • Blackwood Primary School Throughout the day children and staff with take part in a wide range of activities to promote internet safety.
  • Woodborough CE Primary School We will begin with a whole school assembly that will explain this year's theme. Classes will then spend one day during the week focusing on how to make the internet a safer place for everyone.