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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
  • Garstang Community Primary School We will be doing a whole school event on the day and will be running a week of online safety lessons.
  • Chiltern Hills Academy We are thrilled to be taking part again! Our form tutors deliver the safer internet day lesson during their life skills session and it always inspires and encourages our students to be safe online!
  • Ercall Wood Technology College We, as a school feel strongly about the protection of young children on the internet. We will be promoting Safer Internet Day to help get the message across.
  • St. Cuthbert's RC High School We will be promoting Safer Internet Day throughout the school with activities, Tweets, Facebook posts and posters.
  • Department for Education The Department for Education will support Safer Internet Day, promoting it among schools and networks. Edward Timpson, Minister for Vulnerable Children and Families, will speak at an event on the day.
  • Bristol Free School Our Digital Leaders will be delivering assemblies to all year groups and are preparing a range of activities for during the week.
  • JSPC Computer Services Providing a competiton for students to create a poster highlighting internet safety
  • Delamere Primary Academy All classes will be getting involved with SID. We will all be completing the acrostic poems and giving all children an insight on how to be safer. At the end of the week we will be doing an assembly
  • Craigmount High School We will be giving assemblies to S1,2&3 Year groups.
  • To Lend A Helping Hand We will be sharing information regarding safe online fundraising and how to spot illegal selling and raffles.
  • Kirn Primary School We will have an Internet Safety training course for Parents alongside ensuring all our pupils are fully aware of the dangers when using the internet.
  • EduCare We are sharing content from our Online Safety course: 10 things you should teach children and young people
  • Actus Education Cymru We are hosting a conference that offers interactive activity that supports developing safe use of online technologies. Actus Education want schools and colleges in Wales to be part of this.
  • Teversham CofE Primary School The whole school will be thinking about images & keeping safe using the internet via assemblies, class discussions, video clips, a range of activities, finishing with a whole school display.
  • St Marys CE We are having an assembly and all pupils will be involved in Safer Internet Day activities.
  • Fischy Music Fischy Music produces songs to support health and well-being in primary-aged children. We've created a new song called 'Check Yourself' to help children think carefully about what they post online!
  • Community Learning - Bristol City Council We are promoting new resources to all of our learners and working in partnership with local organisations to reach out to schools and parents
  • Layfield Primary School At Layfield we will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2017 by delivering lessons surrounding this topic to all our pupils!
  • Northumberland Youth Service We are distributing information and cards to young people with top tips for staying safe online. We will also be incorporating plans as part of our sessions with young people.
  • Oldmixon Primary School Oldmixon school will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2017 by getting involved in a number of activities from reception through to year 6.
  • Marie Collins Foundation The Marie Collins Foundation will be involved in the event at BT tower on Safer Internet Day as part of the ongoing partnership working with BT
  • Tough Cookies Education Ltd We are training youth workers from local organisations, raising awareness of new technologies and risk posed to young people and delivering our keeping safe online workshops in schools.
  • Light Oaks Infant School Children will be learning how to keep safe online. They will review our online safety rules and create news ones using role play and music.
  • St Columba's School Raising awareness of how to use the internet in a positive way by holding special assemblies for p4-p6 classes, individual lessons focusing on responsible use of the internet and showing videos.
  • St Piers College, Young Epilepsy Learners will be participating in creating presentations, posters and involved in role plays to demonstrate safety when working on computers.
  • THE EVENT TEAM We will be educating our volunteers and staff, as well as actively promoting SID through sharing of resources. Also we will be inviting our colleagues and clients alike to sign up and join in.
  • Heatherbrook Primary School We aim to do a whole school assembly to raise awareness of being safe online and promote active discussion from year 1 to year 6. Each class will then complete a differentiated task.
  • Astley Park School Each class in Primary and Secondary will work on a project that will be presented in a special assembly on Safer Internet Day. Parents are also invited to watch the assembly.
  • 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.
  • Coventry City Council, Libraries With 200 public computers between 16 Libraries each one of our libraries will provide computer help courses for adults for Safer Internet Day 2017.