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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
  • National Youth Agency National Youth Agency will be raising awareness of Safer Internet Day across our social channels as well as highlighting the importance of regularly reviewing safeguarding practices.
  • Ladymount Catholic Primary School All classes will be taking part in age appropriate e-safety activities to highlight and explore the importance of being safe online. We will take part in a whole school 'man hunt' too!
  • Duke Street Primary, Chorley 2 assemblies- ks1 and ks2. Posters and follow up activities after assembly. Launch Digital Ambassador Roles to the children- what they are and will do? How to apply.Staff update, Parent drop in
  • School21 Activities and discussions within our wellbeing curriculum, and use of some of the resources in sessions across the week.
  • Dulwich College Singapore For Safer Internet Day children will take part in a class challenge, encouraging digital citizenship.
  • Middleton-in-Teesdale Primary School All classes are participating in an e-safety assembly for parents. Children to complete activities for this. Y5/6 websites, Y4/5 quiz, Y3 song, Y1/2 acrostic poem, EYFS smartie pengiun story.
  • aql Will be promoting SID2017 this year to reach out to business and organisations such as schools to help keep the internet safer
  • 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.
  • The Orion Primary school We will be running competitions on the day and also we will be doing some assemblies for both children and parents.
  • Charles Warren Academy Launching E-cadets and having an E-Safety Assembly for the whole school.
  • City of York Council We will be providing York parents and carers with tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep our children safe online.
  • King Edward VI School The school digital leaders run Safer Internet Day. We have a whole school assembly and then activities in group base to help spread the word.
  • St Mary's Primary School Dunamore We will be making posters to display the slogan for this year's campaign, have an assembly, take part in the suggested activities, read Digiduck to the younger members of the
  • Bransgore Primary School Promoting the safe and responsible use of technology and how to identify and report concerns with all our learners.
  • Ysgol Bro Pedr For Safer Internet Day we will be talking to pupils about the various dangers of being online
  • Youth Employability Service We will be posting smiley selfies, taking part in emoji charades and sharing our internet safety pledges for 2017 across all our social networks.
  • Digital Reflow We are going to be working together with local schools to share tips on how children can be safer online. We'll be sharing these also on social media, and in the local paper.
  • SS Peter & Paul Catholic Primary School Designing and printing internet Safety posters
  • Newby Primary School All children will have lessons and an assembly about online safety. There are displays throughout school. The local police cyber team will work with every year group and parents.
  • CCEA CCEA is delighted to support Safer Internet Day. We've created a short video to highlight the range of online resources that have been developed to help students stay safe online.
  • Burley and Woodhead CE Primary School We have run a parent information evening. We are having a whole week of events in school, focussing on all aspects of personal safety. We are using our social media to promote safer Internet use.
  • John Paul Academy Running workshops in Wider Certification and delivering SID 2017 Lesson content.
  • John Ruskin School We will be working with local PCSO to deliver materials
  • Saint Mary's RC Primary Langley The children will watch an e-safety performance and will complete different activities within class based on the performance they have watched.
  • Trenance Learning Academy We are turning it into a week with the main message being delivered on the day. We are having games, quizzes, ICT lessons and assemblies about the issues the children may face.
  • Euston Street Primary School Each class in school will be completing lessons on Safer Internet Day and promoting a better attitude towards e-safety.
  • Devon and Cornwall OPCC We are supporting Safer Internet Day by raising awareness about what people can do to stay safe online.
  • Firbeck Academy Running e safety activities through out the day. Offering drop in sessions for parents and having a safer internet day assembly.
  • Edmund Waller Primary School The Edmund Waller Code Club will be taking over our school assembly to promote awareness of the internet safety concerns we have today and to introduce our annual eSafety questionnaire
  • Holy Trinity and St Johns CEP School We will be sharing our knowledge with peers and extending our own learning. Years 5 and 6 will be looking at digital footprints.