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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
  • Denny High School We will join the social media campaign #SID2017 - we will be completing activites relating to Safer Internet Day in class on that day and uploading our activities to our Social Media.
  • 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!
  • Le Cateau CP School Our Digital Leaders are running a competition. They have designed some emoji memes giving advice for how to stay safe online. Entrants must find the posters and work out the message.
  • Leigham Primary School Whole school assembly with follow-up activities in each class after.
  • YMCA Scarborough We will work with our youth club and use our social media channels to promote Safer Internet use.
  • Discovery Primary School We will be designing internet safety posters to promote awareness within the school and the local community. Also we are making a video about internet safety too.
  • South Shore Academy We will be holding assemblies all week, which will be run by the digital leaders. We will have PSHE sessions during form times and information published on the school's website.
  • Annanhill Primary School For Safer Internet Day P6 will be leading an assembly about staying safe online.
  • Lister Infant School Safer Internet Day is always an excellent way to deliver key messages to our pupils. All children in the school get involved and we have visits from the wider community who deliver interactive workshops.
  • Whyteleafe Primary School Whyteleafe takes E-safety very seriously. We want our school community to be very knowledgeable on online safety and will promote this through an assembly, school/home partnerships and a competition.
  • Stop Hate UK As a charity dedicated to tackling Hate Crime, we will use our wide social media network to lend our full support to Safer Internet Day to help raise awareness of how to stay safe online.
  • Westfields Junior School Each year group will have a different activity to show their awareness and express their opinions of why it's important to be safe online.
  • Bright World Education and Guardianships We will be raising awareness of online safety by sharing advice with our students and parents, highlighting good practice to help everyone use the internet safely.
  • Long Buckby Junior School We will have a Special Assembly for Safer Internet Day.
  • West Derby School We are holding a design competition with Year 7 and 8 students, coming up with a slogan to promote online safety. We will also be holding assemblies with all year groups.
  • Ysgol Gymunedol Penparc We have had our local PC in to talk to the children about being SMART on-line. The children have been creating posters and information leaflets about how to keep safe.
  • The Scout Association The Scout Association is encouraging young people and volunteers to be safe online. We're posting snippets of online safety advice on social media and linking to a digital safety game.
  • Malmesbury C of E Primary School Key Stage 2 children are setting aside a whole week to share how to be safe online. The whole school will spend SID2017 enjoying stories and learning tips. Parent session planned for Friday morning!
  • Identity Withheld Publishing We will be sharing our top tips for staying safer online via our social media channels and will be encouraging adults to talk about internet safety with their children via our blog.
  • The Chalet School For Safer Internet Day KS2 will hold an assembly and help Smartie to make safe choices. They will engage in a number of activities, all relating to our PSHE and Computing Staying Safe Online topic.
  • Bridgend College We will be running an online internet safety quiz for students. We will feature a prominent internet safety/digital footprint display promoting #SID2017
  • Hindsford CE primary school We are having a E-safety day in school. Lead by our KS2 e-safety officers who will present a presentation to each class. All the school will be taking part in activities Poster and Film making.
  • 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
  • St. John's School & College Live link up between our school and college. Online and interactive quizzing, workshops & presentations. Digital Leaders presentation. Social media health checks. All day Twitter & YouTube takeover.
  • Whitchurch Primary School & Nursery We will be running e-safety themed assemblies, lessons and competitions to support the day and raise awareness across the entire school community.
  • City of London Police The City of London Police is commited to early intervention and prevention and will continue to support Safer Internet Day 2017 to build resilience and knowledge amongst our younger communities.
  • Oak Cottage Primary School We will be having a whole school assembly and every child will be learning E-safety in their lessons during that day. Also parents will be sent information on how they can access E--safety resources.
  • St Mary's C E Primary School We are joining the Thunderclap! We are also having a photo booth and a whole school conversation about posting photographs and comments online.
  • The Breck Foundation We are Supporting SID with our campaign 'No Tech 4 Breck' which begins on Safer Internet Day and runs for 10 days.
  • Trinity Academy We will be carrying out a whole school assembly on 'Safer Internet Day' and number of bespoke lessons to encourage our young learners to stay safe online.