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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

  • 1,177
  • 119
  • 158
  • 57
  • 31
  • 103
  • Greenbank Preparatory school We will have an assembly and in class discussion
  • Beaudesert Park School We are exploring what we can do to make our online experience safer and taking part in workshops that are being put on by ParentZone.
  • Ryde School (with Upper Chine) We have run an assembly with SID 2017 materials, joined the Thunderclap on Twitter. We have invented an e-safety Monopoly Game and the whole senior school (over 500 children) played it at the same time
  • Trevithick Learning Academy We plan on creating a news report for Safer Internet Day 2017. Children from Yrs 3, 4, 5 & 6 will each film a report about a different aspect of Internet Safety.
  • Glengormley High School Classes have been completing the quick activities and taking part in group discussions
  • St Marys School and College St Marys have been helping students to understand how to stay safe online. We have used to the SID2017 resources in School and College assemblies as well as special IT lessons.
  • St. Bernadette's Catholic Primary School, Blackpool Pupils will be taking part in a range of lessons that challenge them to look for ways to be safer online. Children will be looking at how they manage their online behaviour and promote safe habits.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Activate Learning Local media campaign filming own version of "can I be your friend?", Launch of VLe course including e-safety, cyber-bullying, radicalisation, grooming and sexting. Group Talks, Guest Speakers, Online Resources, Bespoke E-learning course.
  • Greenhaw Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by holding a special assembly and various other activities.
  • Opendium We'll be reminding all of our customers about Safer Internet Day, and doing the same thing we do every day: working hard to help schools safeguard and educate their students about online threats.
  • Hungerford Primary Academy We are going to run the special assemblies and plan a week of lessons around the theme for the day. We are considering a non uniform day where we dress up as e-safety superheroes.
  • Bitz 'n' PC'z Ltd We will be Tweeting safer internet ideas and sharing best practice with teachers and headteachers in the schools we work in.
  • Pembroke Dock Community School A range of lessons and activities throughout the day
  • Eastertoun Primary and Nursery School For Safer Internet Day we are raising awareness of safe internet use throughout the whole school
  • Academy of St Francis of Assisi We will be holding Safer Internet Day activities to support the work that has been done in ICT around staying safe online.
  • Sandown Primary School We will hold a whole school assembly to promote Safer Internet Day. Digital Leaders are running a competition to design a poster to promote and support Safer Internet use and/or E-Safety.
  • Moss Hall Infant School We will be running 2 parent workshops and inviting a police officer in to talk to children about the importance of keeping safe online!
  • Dulwich College Singapore For Safer Internet Day children will take part in a class challenge, encouraging digital citizenship.
  • Kingsdale Foundation School Across the school there will be a range of activities taking place during during lessons, assemblies, tutor time and after school. The aim being to ensure all our young people remain safe online.
  • Neyland Community School, Pembrokeshire Our school E safety Champions will be leading a special assembly and leading activities throughout the day with classes. Celebrated on our Schoop/Facebook site and information sharing with parents.
  • Shackleton Primary School We hosted an Online Safety play for schools in the local area, "In the Net". We're holding assemblies, running updates on Facebook for parents, and a school council Online safety competition.
  • Little Hadham Primary We will spend the entire day on activities to support the children to be safe online. We aim to launch the day with a Parent Workshop.
  • The Cathedral School, Llandaff Pupils from Year 1 up to Year 13 will be involved in a variety of eSafety activities, from assemblies to poster making; digital leaders will be sharing important messages across the age ranges.
  • Walton on the Hill Primary School The children have completed an 'Internet Diary' which we will share and Year 6 are working on for an assembly. We are hosting 2 parent workshops with a Cyber & Information Security expert parent.
  • Compass School We will be holding assemblies, running a parental workshop, carrying out tutor activities from KS1 to KS4 and adding email signatures to all staff emails to show support for SID 2017.
  • Seaton Burn College We will be doing powerpoints in tutorials and producing this in our bulletins and our website
  • Boys & Girls Clubs (NI) Encouraging our member clubs to engage with the Safer Internet Day activities - including delivering sessions at 2 clubs.
  • Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls As a school, we will have a whole school assembly dedicated to e-safety which will be delivered by a IT Security specialists. We will use this a basis for class discussions throughout the day.