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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

  • 1,099
  • 107
  • 138
  • 52
  • 31
  • 89
  • Tollesbury School We will hold a parents and carers information session and lessons and activities in all classes. This will be the 7th time we have run Safer Internet Day activities.
  • 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.
  • Cranleigh Primary School We will be completing safer internet workshops that will include making posters, writing a script for a video prompting internet safety and playing games safely on the internet.
  • Coed Eva Primary School The whole school will be taking part in e-safety activities for the afternoon. Ranging from Nursery to year 6 pupils. These activities will be shown to parents via Twitter.
  • Fibbersley Park Academy Every class will be completing Safer Internet Day activities. In preparation for the day, we have already sent home leaflets about staying safe online and app advice for parents and carers.
  • 2Bsafe We are providing an info session on safe digital citizenship for people with learning disabilities.
  • Strathdevon Primary School We are holding a day of events in our school to promote safe internet usage to our learners aged 5-12.
  • City College Plymouth We are supporting this year’s SID by creating interactive quizzes on our VLE. Allowing staff and students to participate. As well as this, we will be delivering online safety lessons during tutorials.
  • Bassett House School We are covering Safer Internet Day in both computing and psche lessons from The Den (age 3) to Form 6 (age11). Internet safety will also be the theme at this weeks house meetings!
  • Lea Valley Primary School LeaValley will be starting the day with an assembly followed by the announcement of a competition. We are holding parent workshops and all classes will be having an online safety session during the day
  • MyPocketSkill MyPocketSkill will be promoting Safer Internet Day on our website and shouting out to our users on email updates and social media .
  • The Federation of Abbey Infant & Junior Theatre group launch with production for Y2-6; SMART aconymn; assemblies for the whole week and follow up in class; parental newsletter.
  • The Crypt School We will be marking the day via tutor times, assemblies and PSHE lessons
  • Thomas's Fulham We will be having a SID assembly, followed by lots of the children doing activities in which they practise or discuss being safe on the Internet.
  • Stay Safe Workshops We will be organizing special workshops for local schools coving a wide range of e-safety topics.
  • NSPCC The NSPCC will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by running online safety parent workshops in schools and communities across the country, helping parents to understand their child’s online world.
  • Kids Casting Call Pro On Safer Internet Day we will share tips and tricks on how young talent can remain safe online and will support #SID2017 across our social media channels.
  • St. Gregory's Catholic Primary School Promoting the event using email signature, running a competition promoting positive messages and designing emoji. We are committed to promoting positive attitude online.
  • St. Luke's Halsall CE Primary school We are presentign an interactive assembly for KS2 and will be running a series of lesson activities with all the children throughout the day.
  • Skye Youth Drop In Get all young people to complete the great Safety Internet Day Quiz
  • Maylandsea Primary School To support Safer Internet Day we will have a school assembly and different activities during the day.
  • Hunter Hall School All of our students will be taking part in lessons about safer internet use during their ICT lessons. They will draw on what they have learnt to digitally produce posters about staying safe online.
  • Heathlands Primary Academy We will have a whole school assembly, work in class including some requested by the children, poster competition
  • SuperAwesome PopJam will host a SID Daily Challenge, encouraging all users to get creative. We'll also host safety tips on the app and run a feature on our SuperAwesome blog as well as social shoutouts.
  • Brentwood School We will advertise Safer Internet Day and highlight this to parents.
  • The Co-operative Bank The Co-operative Bank are proud to support Safer Internet Day 2017. We will be promoting the day through our social media channels.
  • Portessie Primary The P6/7 pupils will devise a game to help educate the younger children, as a school develop a five step plan to ensure we stay safe and offer parental advise on the school Facebook page.
  • Southampton Local Safeguarding Boards We will be sharing information and raising awareness through our multiagency partnerships and facilitating an Online Safety workshop delivered by young people for frontline professionals.
  • Ysgol Glantwymyn We're looking at the power of a photo on the internet, assessing how internet safe we are and sharing our emoji selfies on our school twitter account.
  • West Yorkshire Police West Yorkshire Police are delivering for a week both assemblies and workshops in schools around the region to educate both children and parents/carers on the importance of INTERNET SAFETY.