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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

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  • Uplands Community College We will be posting smiley selfies and student designed emojis.
  • Camborne Science & International Academy For Safer Internet Day 2017, we will be delivering E-Safety assemblies as well as a range of engaging tutor activities. This will include all students from 30th January - 10th February.
  • The College of Richard Collyer's All 2,000 students in tutor time will be taking part in a bespoke tutorial event on the theme of this year's Safer Internet Day and will be encouraged to share a positive image online.
  • Exeter Deaf Academy We are making plans to make a student film for social media.
  • Oasis Academy Mayfield All our students will be taking part in E-safety sessions and the local police will be running a E-safety stall raising awareness
  • MPCT We will be having a lesson on Safer use of the internet to replace our Morning Parade.
  • North Road Community Primary School The children of North Road Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through assemblies, the lesson resources, making posters and leaflets for parents and a workshop from the local police.
  • Hatch End High school Students will interview students for their ideas for internet safety by hosting a drop in cafe and walk around school. Results emailed to tutors for awareness/discussions. Stickers/leaflets given out.
  • Southend United Community and Educational Trust Football tournament, internet safety during lessons and coaching sessions on the day, Article in match day programme, first team pictures to show support for SID, Social Media campaign
  • Portland College We will be using the opportunity to further reinforce our robust safeguarding procedures by celebrating Safer Internet Day. Learners/staff will take part in activities throughout the day
  • Redgate Community Primary School At Redgate Primary School in Formby we will be discussing how to show respect online and sharing our ideas about the power of images with the whole school and the whole world via twitter!
  • Ysgol Glan Gele We will be creating new interactive wall displays for the children to learn how to be safer on the internet.
  • South Tyneside Council We are generating awareness of internet safety and encouraging engagement through our website and Twitter page.
  • Weatherhead High School For Safer Internet Day we will have Activities during ICT/CS lesson
  • Turvey Lower School We will be focussing on keeping children safe online, discussing photos and videos online, keeping our personal details safe and learning about other ways to stay safe online.
  • Skye Youth Drop In Get all young people to complete the great Safety Internet Day Quiz
  • Ridge Radio doing radio programs to promote Safer Internet Day, as well as Facebook posts and the tweets from our accounts
  • Darnhall Primary Schol All classes will have age-appropriate, engaging and interactive E-Safety lessons delivered by our teachers and Junior E-Safety officers, who are all committed to promoting E-Safety in our school.
  • Blackpool FC We will be sending out a group email to all coaches, parents and carers within the football club's academy, which gives links to information provided by your organisation.
  • Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls As a school, we will have a whole school assembly dedicated to e-safety which will be delivered by a IT Security specialists. We will use this a basis for class discussions throughout the day.
  • Winton Primary School Dorset Police Safer Schools and Communities Team are spending the day with us and running a Safer Internet session for each year group.
  • Academy of St Francis of Assisi We will be holding Safer Internet Day activities to support the work that has been done in ICT around staying safe online.
  • Welbeck Primary School Students from Upper Key Stage 2 have been creating a video showing the rest of the school how to stay safe online and each class have been learning the SMART rules for being safe online.
  • Robin Hood Primary School At Robin Hood Primary School, we will spend the day learning about being safe on the internet. It ranges from e-safety stories in foundation to Year 6's learning how to be responsible with technology.
  • Freegrounds Junior School An assembly will be delivered to the whole school and then a competition based on the based method to advertise safer internet use.
  • Systemagic Promoting SID through our media channels and running a series of blogs and factsheets aimed at parents and carers.
  • Stoke City Football Club We aim to increase awareness across all areas of the Club.
  • Elgin Academy Providing a lunchtime workshop and resources to encourage pupils to evaluate and think critically about online content.
  • Plus Dane Housing Plus Dane plan to #giveasmile and make the internet a better place!
  • Vodafone Limited Using social media channels we'll be: publishing stats from our poll on how social media makes teens feel; launching a video simulating a teen's phone; and signposting our Digital Parenting Magazine.