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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 Peter and St Paul School We will have anassembly and lessons on internet safety.
  • Whitehead Primary School We hope to use Safer Internet Day 2017 to reinforce our existing practices regarding our pupils' safety online through a range of classroom activities.
  • Seaton Burn College We will be doing powerpoints in tutorials and producing this in our bulletins and our website
  • THE EVENT TEAM We will be educating our volunteers and staff, as well as actively promoting SID through sharing of resources. Also we will be inviting our colleagues and clients alike to sign up and join in.
  • 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!
  • Sevenoaks District Council Sevenoaks District Council have commissioned The Stag Youth Theatre's Real Life Play to be shown to the Year 5 and Year 6 pupils in Sevenoaks District.
  • Blyth Resource & Initative Centre We will be holding an information session from 10am till 11am which anyone is welcome to attend. One of our IT tutors will be available from 11am to answer any questions anyone may have.
  • Blackheath Prep School We will be running a Technology Week that focuses on the importance of decision making when interacting online. The positives can outweigh the negatives if we all unite!
  • St. Julie's Catholic High School Students across the different year groups will be learning how to stay safe on the Internet during their PSHE lesson this week.
  • Castell Alun High School Students are participating in "Safer Internet Day" lessons, creating their own memes and using the BBC Micro:bits to share internet safety messages and contributing to the SID2017 Meme-Wall.
  • North Downs Primary School Assemblies & activities on the day & in the weeks leading up to the day. Parents esafety help clinic after school as part of parents consultation & letters with links to support sites & helpful advice
  • South Shore Academy We will be holding assemblies all week, which will be run by the digital leaders. We will have PSHE sessions during form times and information published on the school's website.
  • The Maynard School At The Maynard School we will be supporting Safer Internet Day, for staff, students and their families. We will have a range of activities for students from Reception through to 6th Form.
  • Learning Trust for Excellence This year we have asked pupils to design a poster with an online safety message. The winning design will then be used across all our schools.
  • Wildern School Wildern School will be supporting SID by having a dedicated e-safety lesson for all year groups. Our e-safety focus group have also made a presentation for tutor groups.
  • Michael Faraday Primary School At Michael Faraday Primary School we will be celebrating SID in many ways. Through assemblies, lessons and workshops, children will be encouraged to "be the change" and "unite for a better internet"!
  • National Centre for Citizenship and the Law We will support through social media channels, education newsletters and by sharing blogs/resources/education packs. Also through our cyberbullying and Virtual Justice workshops.
  • Moray Council, Engagement Team Safe social media use and experiences are discussed in 1:1 and group settings during daily contacts with pupils in schools and in conversations with parents/carers.
  • Sandal Castle (VA) Community Primary School At our school we are celebrating Safer Internet Day by hosting a full day of learning activities from EYFS to Y6. The day will start with an assembly for each Key Stage, led by the DSL's for e-safety.
  • Ballymena Priamry School We have a series of lessons which we plan for throughout the year. There will be a live feed organised by our Education Authority and children will be reminded of the principles of Internet Safety.
  • Kingsmead Primary School Every class will be having an e-safety lesson with their teacher. Our e-safety officers in Year 6 have shared information for children in assembly. Parents/carers have an online questionnaire..
  • British Council LearnEnglish Kids We have created and are promoting new content including videos, texts, interactive exercises and printable materials to support teachers and learners exploring the topic of online safety.
  • Opendium We'll be reminding all of our customers about Safer Internet Day, and doing the same thing we do every day: working hard to help schools safeguard and educate their students about online threats.
  • Beechcroft Infant School We are writing to parents with details about video games and alternative gaming options for children. The children are going to have an Online Safety assembly leading to a whole school Art display.
  • Denaby Main Primary Academy We will have a whole School Assembly, Class Sessions across the day and E Safety Session for parents in the week
  • St. Louise's Comprehensive College Through a whole school pastoral programme students between the age of 11-19 will explore how they interact with the internet through the theme 'Find your Footprint'.
  • 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
  • Wroxton Primary School On SID we will be reviewing the importance of e-safety and producing collaborative pieces of work.
  • Bransgore Primary School Promoting the safe and responsible use of technology and how to identify and report concerns with all our learners.
  • haandle Ltd Sharing tips on social media about our experience including tips on how to have a better relationship with tech.