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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
  • Goldbeaters Primary School Teaching children across the school about the importance of using the internet safely; including making videos with the children to help spread this message. We will also have a workshop for parents.
  • Blenheim Road Community Primary School Whole school assembly. Parental engagement. Logo competition winners prize draw. Class activities run by teachers on the importance of E-Safety .
  • Brecknock Primary School The children will be doing a range of activities to promote safe behaviour when using the internet. Teachers will hold in class assemblies to promote discussion.
  • Magikos IT Limited During the weeks leading up to the event we will be including in meetings, networking and social media information regarding the website and resources available to everyone. Be Safe and Have Fun...
  • Young Solutions Worcestershire Young Solutions is dedicated to keeping children and young people throughout Worcestershire ‘safe and involved’ by providing advice, guidance and training to staff and volunteers in the VCS.
  • Whiteness Primary School We will be building awareness with our pupils and school community.
  • Esher Church School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day via many activities across the whole week, including assemblies, Circle Time activities, and whole-class and whole-school projects to help us stay 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.
  • Inverlochy Primary School We will have a whole school focus day with visiting contributors e.g. Community Police Officer
  • Grafton Primary School We are looking to hold a number of dramatic performances from outside companies and will be running workshops in classes.
  • 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.
  • Nottingham City Libraries Free drop in sessions for help and advice on how to stay safe online. Nottingham Central Library 2:00-4:00, 7 February
  • Hatch End High school Students will interview students for their ideas for internet safety by hosting a drop in cafe and walk around school. Results emailed to tutors for awareness/discussions. Stickers/leaflets given out.
  • St Mary's CEVC Primary School We will be learning about e-safety by using various resources
  • Professionals Online Safety Helpline Our Helpline has been involved in the creation of SID TV & will be responding to media requests & creating a podcast of events on the day. We will also attend & support the UKSIC London event
  • Redgate Special School We will have class workshops using videos, games and songs to teach about staying safe on the internet
  • Ashperton Primary Academy The children will be creating movies, music videos, trailers and animations highlighting an area of internet safety. We will share these in a whole school 'film festival' at the end of the day.
  • Sea Mills Primary School We are having a week focusing on esafety within the school. Each class will been looking at how to stay safe online, where to access support and what to look out for.
  • Norbury Manor B&E College Safer Internet Day "CHANGE/UNITE" Comp. Form Time activity for all. All students to undertake ESafety online course. All Governors undertake ESafety course. All parents offered ESafety online course.
  • Longwill School for Deaf Children The whole school is spending the day working on different projects culminating with a show and tell assembly. Each class will produce a finished video, animation or poster.
  • Rodbourne Cheney Primary School We will be completing lots of fun Online Safety activities to help us improve our understanding of how to stay safe online. We will also be working with our parents to teach them about Online Safety.
  • High Crags Academy Whole school assembly. Classes will work to create a display of what they feel about the internet and how they think it can be improved.
  • Rowley Hall Primary School Rowley Hall will launch Safer Internet Day 2017 with KS1 and KS2 assemblies. Activities will take place in classrooms throughout the day and pupils will watch the SID videos for their age range.
  • Bishopstrow College Looking to promote e-safety more and make students aware of the dangers.
  • St Margaret's School for Girls St Margaret's School for Girls will be learning about Safer Internet Day during our whole school assembly. Information will be disseminated to all parents and included on the school website.
  • Yew Tree Community Primary School We will be celebrating UK Safer Internet Day with a variety of activities across our KS1 and 2 classes, selected by members of the school Council and our parents- including a quiz for our parents.
  • Foxyards Primary School We will have activities within lessons to raise awareness of Safer Internet Day.
  • Microsoft UK Microsoft will release its inaugural Digital Civility Index (DCI), which is a survey that examined people’s attitudes and perceptions about online behaviours along with a "Digital Civility Challenge"
  • Wirral Council We are taking part in Safer Internet Day by providing information about how to stay safe online to parents, carers, schools and residents through our online media accounts and newsletters.
  • Greenfield E-Act academy We are having a special ICT big day with a variety of different computing/ICt activities as well as a big focus on E-Safety throughout the day.