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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

  • 1,099
  • 107
  • 138
  • 52
  • 31
  • 89
  • Ysgol Glantwymyn We're looking at the power of a photo on the internet, assessing how internet safe we are and sharing our emoji selfies on our school twitter account.
  • North London IT Support We are writing a blog and will promote it on social media along with tips to stay safe online
  • St Hugh Of Lincoln R.C Primary School For Safer Internet Day we are having a day of activities, choosing 4 Esafety champions, and creating a video to reinforce internet safety
  • Tweeddale Primary School Safer Internet Day is part of our safeguarding work and we'll be focussing on keeping safe online, in particular keeping safe when using mobile devices. Parents will be invited in to see what we do.
  • Beckers green primary school We will have a whole school assembly, lessons within classrooms and supported by the digital leaders
  • Mobile Guardian Supporting schools and Education Professionals through social media and advice on managing mobile devices.
  • St Joan of Arc Primary School, Islington As a Childnet Digital Leaders school, Joan of Arc Primary are very excited to be taking part in the Safer Internet day exhibition and event on the day.
  • Westcliff Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have a whole School Assembly. Each class to allocate a session to Internet Safety. Internet Safety posters and display created by children across the school. Parent Internet Safety.
  • Great Arley School All pupils in Key Stages 1-4 will be off timetable for the day and will take part in a range of activities for Safer Internet Day.
  • Tondu Primary School Raising awareness of how to stay safe online and how we can all make a difference.
  • Mount Tamar School Mount Tamar School will be running a day of events reminding our students to stay safe online. We will be running a device workshop showing students how to stay safe online.
  • The Federation of Abbey Infant & Junior Theatre group launch with production for Y2-6; SMART aconymn; assemblies for the whole week and follow up in class; parental newsletter.
  • Cuddington Community Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have PSCHE lessons focused on cyber safety
  • CEOP EDUCATION TEAM We will be promoting our new three episode animation for 8-10 year olds 'Play Like Share', exploring healthy and unhealthy online behaviours and tackling issues around sharing, friending and privacy.
  • Heap Bridge Primary School The children & staff at Heap Bridge Village Primary School will take part in two afternoons focusing on a Safer Internet for all and e-safety.
  • Bridge and Patrixbourne Church of England Primary School Our Year 6 Online Safety Crew will be running workshops across the school for Reception to Year 6. Parents will also be invited to workshops after school and in the evening to develop their knowledge.
  • Hawley Place School A great day ahead including our own emoji photobooth, school wall 'image upload' graph, lunch time 'Rap Showdown' and coming together to #giveasmile.
  • LearnTech4all Initiative We at LearnTech4all Initiative are organizing a meetup of secondary school students, their parents and their teachers. The meetup will be organized in form of a symposium to teach safer internet usage.
  • Lady Eleanor Holles Junior School Assembly created by our year 6 pupils and posters created by pupils
  • Go Wise Online For Safer Internet Day Go Wise Online will be in local Schools presenting Internet Safety to students and parents. We will be discussing sexting & students future digital footprint.
  • 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.
  • Sysco Business Skills Academy We have completed activities and discussions about making the internet a safer place
  • Stoke City Football Club We aim to increase awareness across all areas of the Club.
  • Ysgol Llangelynnin We will have a whole school Service and class workshops.
  • St Luke's Primary School (part of Ocean Learning Trust) In the 3 weeks leading up to SID the children are making posters , presentations and quizzes that we will share on our school website.
  • St Stephen's Catholic Primary School Taking part in the suggested lessons and sharing positive emoticons on our Twitter feed
  • St Matthew's CE Primary School At St. Matthew's we will be celebrating Safer Internet Day throughout the whole school from Nursery up to Year 6. The children will explore how they can stay safe online, protect themselves and others
  • Ofcom We're pleased to play our part helping children understand the benefits and risks of being online. We'll provide materials to encourage children to think about the type of content they see online.
  • Bristol Rovers Football Club We will be rolling out a Safer Internet Workshop to all our Academy Players. We will also be advertising Safer Internet within our Match Day Programme and on our Twitter page,
  • BubbleIT Solutions Limited BubbleIT will be sharing tech tips and advice on how parents, children and the general public can remain safe online.