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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
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  • Featherby Junior School Children will be creating a QR code art gallery to showcase their personal responses to how we can stay safer on the internet.
  • EU Kids Online (UK) Members of the EU Kids Online network will promote the latest findings on children’s internet use on Safer Internet Day, and some are meeting at the Council of Europe to advance their strategy on children’s rights in digital environments.
  • Lindfield Primary Academy We will have KS1 and KS2 assemblies as well as class activities
  • 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!
  • MW Education We will celebrate Safer Internet Day 2017 with a themed online safety day using all the resources produced by SID. Parents, friends and Governors will be invited to this.
  • St Clare's School We will be holding a special school assembly promoting safe internet use. All ICT lessons will be used to promote online safety tips to help develop our students knowledge of staying safe online.
  • st marys limavady School assembly
  • Northwick Park Primary and Nursery Academy We will be celebrating all the positive things that you are able to achieve using the internet. Our school have planned different ways to encourage pupils to "Be the change:Unite for a better Internet"
  • AutismABLE All groups have received the SID17 tutorial using the resources on the website. As an extension task the groups are creating their own videos to promote Safer Internet Day.
  • Learning Pembrokeshire Learning Pembrokeshire will be offering eSafety Awareness Drop-in Sessions in Community Learning Centres in various locations around Pembrokeshire.
  • John Paul Academy Running workshops in Wider Certification and delivering SID 2017 Lesson content.
  • Robin Hood Primary School At Robin Hood Primary School, we will spend the day learning about being safe on the internet. It ranges from e-safety stories in foundation to Year 6's learning how to be responsible with technology.
  • St. Augustine's Catholic Primary School in Kenilworth We will be holding a Safer Internet Week and will be inviting parents into the school to celebrate with us.
  • Lee Chapel Primary School We are planning to have an Internet/Technology Free day across the school.
  • Hadlow Group Hadlow, West Kent & Ashford Colleges will be raising awareness of internet safety with various promotions and activities and encouraging our students to use the internet safely and responsibly.
  • Manchester United Football Club Manchester United Football Club will be utilising the social media platforms to retweet/share Safer Internet Day posts. Safer Internet Awareness training is provided throughout the year.
  • Coxhoe Primary School Our Online Safety Crew from KS 2 will help our teachers to create an exciting day of activities - followed by a celebration of our activities with parents with a guest speaker to help educate them too
  • Gorse Hill School Gorse Hill School will be holding an assembly to promote internet safety and inviting parents in to work alongside their children to learn about how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Eastchurch Church of England Primary School For Safer Internet Day, we will be holding a whole school assembly and then children will be taking part in workshops to create awareness about how be safer on the internet.
  • Archbishop Temple School Archbishop Temple School will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2017 photography and video classroom activities to empower our students to create engaging images that communicate a message.
  • Rose Green Junior School Teaching children about being safe online
  • Young Wales We will be sharing resources on our website to raise awareness of Safer Internet Day and will be attending the Safer Internet Day event at the Senedd, Cardiff Bay
  • The Boys' Brigade in Scotland We are providing our groups with SID ideas and resources which they can deliver to the children and young people aged five - 18.
  • Instagram Instagram's aim is to assist in spreading the message of SID using our own channels. We will also provide quote from the Head of Public Policy on our support of SID and importance of this day.
  • 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.
  • Downs Junior School We will have a photo campaign involving all 16 classes , a post-it note 'comment' challenge on photos around school, all classes to do adapted e-safety lesson & use assembly powerpoint to introduce the lesson.
  • 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!
  • Lodge Park Academy We will have a whole school activities including assemblies and form time activities.
  • 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.
  • Bartley Green School We will be raising awareness of the SID 2017 theme through lessons, assemblies and form activities for pupils and staff as well as communicating with the wider school community via the school website.