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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
  • Eastmuir Primary School Glasgow We will have a whole school assembly, class lessons & social media posts.
  • UK Youth UK Youth will be spreading the word about Safer Internet Day with our Member Network which supports over 800,000 young people.
  • Our Lady Immaculate Primary School Year 5 are visiting Liverpool Football Club for safer internet day activities. In school lessons on Internet safety and parent and carers activity drop in sessions, internet safety poster
  • North Wales Resilience Forum Promotion of the event via social media to public services, private organisations and the voluntary sector
  • Northumbeland Learning and Skills Service Norhtumberland Adult learning will be offering support to parents and learners on Safer Internet Day throughout our centres in Northumberlnad from Berwick to Haltwhistle.
  • Holme Valley Primary School Another year supporting Safer Internet Day for our pupils through lessons and an assembly.
  • Quainton Hall School Supporting the initiative with ICT lessons and a themed assembly.
  • HARLOW ROCK SCHOOL We will share safe practices when online and using social media and together look at how young talent can remain safe online and will support #SID2017 across our social media channels
  • The Greenacre Academy Trust The Greenacre Academy Trust consists of 3 Academies, Greenacre, Chantry & Warren Wood. To promote Safer Internet Day, we'll be conducting assemblies, form time tasks/discussions, dedicated lessons & competitions.
  • South Grove Primary School Each year group will take part in a range of differentiated activities to highlight the positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better, safer online community
  • Honley High School Safer internet themed assemblies delivered to every pupil in school throughout the week. A special safer internet workshop delivered to autistic students in our provision department.
  • St Agnes CE Primary school We will be raising awareness through special workshops for parents.
  • Hensall Community Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have an assembly and 2 Online safety talks for Parents on Thursday 9th February 2017.
  • Trewirgie Junior School Our safety councillors will be working with our Online Safety lead to run a competition to create a poster and write a story about online gaming. The winning story will havre their book published!
  • Westacre Middle School We will hold whole school assemblies, class discussions and create e-safety webpages. We will be launching our own e-safety poster competition for schools across Worcestershire to take part in.
  • Blairgowrie High School Classes will be involved in internet safety.
  • Blackwood Basement Raising awareness with issue based workshops in the project. Offering support and resources to other youth projects and youth centres in Caerphilly Borough.
  • To Lend A Helping Hand We will be sharing information regarding safe online fundraising and how to spot illegal selling and raffles.
  • Hertfordshire Constabulary We will be sharing tips and advice via social media on how to stay safe online.
  • Grafton Primary School We are looking to hold a number of dramatic performances from outside companies and will be running workshops in classes.
  • 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.
  • Essex Police We are using our social media channels and website to offer advice and information about internet safety. Look out for our officers who will give a smile on Twitter.
  • Three We're promoting SID to our employees and communities to raise awareness of the importance of educating children on how to enjoy the benefits of the internet safely whenever or wherever they go online.
  • Blackburn Youth Zone Youth work club will be having discussion around internet, social media, grooming and any other themes that come out of our discussions with young people.
  • Saint Anthony's Primary School We are raising awareness of safer internet use through a whole school focus day.
  • Optimus Education We will be sharing a collection of resources on our social media channels, from case studies to posters, to help staff foster an 'e-safety culture' in schools
  • Norbury School Our E-safety Cadets will be delivering esafety lessons throughout the school to raise awareness about importance of Online safety.
  • Ysgol y Lawnt We are holding a workshop in school with parents and children discussing internet safety Classes will be doing some Safer Internet Day activities through out the day!
  • Carrickfergus College Pupils will be spoken to about being safe online during morning assembly for each year group. We will hopefully use the resources available to download from yourselves.
  • Southfield Special School Southfield Special School will take part in 'Safer Internet Day' with a week of activities exploring strategies to stay safe on the internet and learn how to manage the risks of social media.