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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
  • Elmwood Infant School We will have assemblies and activities in class
  • Norfolk County Council Trading Standards We will be supporting Safer Internet Day via our social media channels
  • maricourt high school Making posters on computers around internet safety and making collage around internet safety
  • Hayshead Primary For Safer Internet Day we will have assemblies and workshops
  • Boys & Girls Clubs (NI) Encouraging our member clubs to engage with the Safer Internet Day activities - including delivering sessions at 2 clubs.
  • CBBC In support of SID, Newsround will have a major survey; we’ll have quizzes, tips and advice on the CBBC website and a Blue Peter and Lifebabble join-in live web chat.
  • St Monica's R.C. High School We are holding a parent/carer eveing using the safer internet presentation. Pupils will be learning about safer internet in assemblies and lessons. Year 8 pupils have produced a be safe online guide.
  • Saint Joseph's Infant School Port Talbot For Safer Internet Day we will have an assembly, and a day dedicated to e-safety games and activities!
  • 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.
  • St Osmund's Catholic Primary School We will have assemblies, class lessons and a competition
  • Woodland Grange Primary School Once again we will be supporting Safer Internet Day with key stage assemblies, tweeting and mailing parents and generally celebrating the wonderful world of the internet!
  • Upottery Primary School Safe use of the internet will be discussed in each class throughout the school.
  • Yahoo Hen Felin YsyolHen Felin will be taking part in a collaborative project with other schools in CSC. The project involves Responsable Digital Citizens from 5 schools presenting at the Senydd on sid
  • Tufnell Park School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day with whole school assemblies and workshops throughout the week, as well as staff training and presentations for parents.
  • St Thomas Becket Catholic Primary SChool We will be creating images that show positive, united, confident classes. We will be considering the use of images and how they can affect us in a negative way.
  • Chesterfield College We will have events and learning opportunities will take place with students to promote internet safety across college.
  • Southport College We will have tutorials, advice for parents, presentations, staff training, e-learning modules and awareness campaigns
  • Facebook We are supporting all of our amazing expert safety partners all over the world on Safer Internet Day. We will also be promoting our new Safety Center.
  • Peterborough Safeguarding Children Board We will run a two week campaign with LSCB partners around the dangers of sexting and online safety. Sharing of resources with professionals, teachers, parents and children.
  • Yvonne Sinclair Consultancy On SID we will be providing advice and support to schools and community groups.
  • St David's College We will have whole school assemblies, daily tutor periods, NW Police collaboration in GSE lessons. Art and poetry competitions and MA&T presentations and blog.
  • Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council Get Blaenau Gwent online will be supporting Safer Internet Day by running information sessions throughout the borough.
  • Harris Primary Academy Kenley We will be organising assemblies, competitions and drama based activities to engage the children in how to keep safe online. We aim to hold an additional workshop for parents to attend.
  • Firbeck Academy Running e safety activities through out the day. Offering drop in sessions for parents and having a safer internet day assembly.
  • Heath Mount School For Safer Internet Day we will have; assemblies, activities, discussion forums, targeted lessons, photo booths and drama sketches
  • Inverlochy Primary School We will have a whole school focus day with visiting contributors e.g. Community Police Officer
  • Outer Hebrides Child Protection Committee Gaelic speaking Drama festival for all southern isles primary schools across Outer Hebrides depicting e safety message to raise awareness to parents and carers
  • Woodhouse Primary Academy Children and parents will be invited to take part with a range of assemblies, activities and parent workshops to inform the wider school community.
  • Stirling High School All S1 pupils have worked on campaign materials to promote a better internet. We have created a selfie station and will be encouraging the whole school to share important SID messages on Tuesday.
  • Bryncethin Primary School We will have a whole school assembly, poster competition and work going on in each class related to Safer Internet Day.