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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
  • St John's Upper Holloway We will be doing the SID lessons in classes as well as inviting parents in. We will also hold a SID assembly
  • 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!
  • KidsEmail.org For Safer Internet Day we plan on providing blog posts and social media content to help in continuing education to parents on how to keep their kids safe online.
  • London Churchill College This year’s our theme is ‘Play your role for a better internet for everyone’ and provides a great opportunity for everyone to explore the responsibility, good side and bad side of the internet.
  • Towngate Primary Academy We are a primary academy in Ossett near Wakefield. The whole school will be taking part in activities on and around SID 2017.
  • Whitestone Infant school The children will be asked to take selfies with props which they have made related to Safer Internet Day. Online safety team will be showing their puppet play scenario in assembly. We will also have a poster competition.
  • Ton Pentre Junior School Classes will be participating in various e-safety workshops. The Schools Police Liaison Officer will also provide a presentation to the whole school.
  • Abertillery Learning Community, Bryngwyn & Queen Street Campus Our Digital Leaders have created a E-Safety Workshop for KS2 Pupils. They have organised different activities and a quiz to ensure the children know how to be safe online.
  • Annanhill Primary School For Safer Internet Day P6 will be leading an assembly about staying safe online.
  • Buckinghamshire & Surrey Trading Standards We are spreading the word via social media!
  • Winterbourne Nursery and Infant School We will be running a KS1 assembly for children and a workshop for their parents. Our Digital Leaders will also be participating in raising awareness amongst their peers.
  • Olney Infant Academy Our Digital Leaders (Year 2 children) will be leading an assembly.
  • Warning Zone Ltd Warning Zone is a life skills centre that educates 10-11 years olds on aspects of E safety such as phishing, grooming, cyber bullying, sharing/posting images online and keeping safe on social media.
  • Eastmuir Primary School Glasgow We will have a whole school assembly, class lessons & social media posts.
  • Friendly WiFi Reaching out to all our licensed Public WiFi venues and the WiFi industry, both in and outside the UK. The team at Friendly WiFi will be busy making sure the message of Safer Internet is heard.
  • All Souls' Primary School All Souls' Primary School will be having an assembly as well as various activities throughout the day and week raising awareness of Internet Safety.
  • Gloucestershire Constabulary We will be promoting the day through our digital channels as well as visiting a number of schools to raise awareness around the appropriate use of the internet for a Safer Cyber Gloucestershire.
  • Kingscourt School Throughout the school, from Early years to Year 6, pupils will be taking part in Quizzes, poster displays and exciting discussions on the topic of E-Safety.
  • Merton Safeguarding Children Board We will provide guidance to parents, professionals and children regarding Staying Safe Online in Support of SID. We will work with MSCB partners to ensure that every agency is promoting safety online.
  • Wolviston Primary School The children will be doing a range of activities to promote safe behaviour when using the internet, with a special assembly too. Parents will be given information on how to their child safe.
  • Whinstone Primary School We are going to do our own research on favourite tech from nursery to year 6, we'll use the Safer Internet Day resources to take photos like 'thinking outside of the frame', assemblies....
  • Oxford Sparks We will be sharing our Keeping Social Media Social animation and podcast across our social media platforms
  • Mountbatten Primary School All classes in the School will be completing activities to promote the positive uses of the internet and how to stay safe online.
  • St Gregory's Catholic Academy This year, we will be creating our own 'child-speak' Online Safety leaflet to support our children in how to stay safe online. We are also producing a special edition of our termly 'Digital Update.'
  • Tim Mungeam & Associates Delivering online behaviour education workshops for secondary school students, teachers and parents
  • The Pines Special School For Safer Internet Day we will have a special assembly, specific e-safety lessons and a parents group
  • Monkton Priory School The school will be completing a variety of activities from the SID packs across the whole school. Foundation Phase and KS2 assemblies, a police visit about online safety and an emoji competition.
  • Ash Hill Academy All year groups Yr's 7 to 13 will be attending an assembly. All KS3/4 students will complete some activity in form class to support the assembly.
  • 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.
  • Lower Kersal Community Primary School Whole school activities regarding e-safety with tweets on our school Twiiter account to parents as well as school Blog site. SMS messages will also be sent to our parents/carers to raise awareness