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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

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  • Birley Community College Our students will be taking part in special tutor time activities, our peer mentors will be available for advice and support and we will be running a training session for our parents.
  • SuperAwesome PopJam will host a SID Daily Challenge, encouraging all users to get creative. We'll also host safety tips on the app and run a feature on our SuperAwesome blog as well as social shoutouts.
  • Oxford Grove Primary School We will have a week of Online Safety activities
  • Scottish Community Safety Network We will be joining the Thunderclap and promoting on our social media accounts and publishing an article in our monthly newsletter.
  • 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.
  • Wyken Croft Primary School Wyken Croft will be highlighting the importance of e-safety for our pupils. We will be doing a range of activities with a focus on: 'Making the internet a better place!'
  • Portmoak Primary School All classes are learning about staying safe online. We will be launching the news of our online safety parent workshop on the day too.
  • Hill VIew Primary School, Runcorn We are launching a safer internet week with a whole school assembly, using the materials that you have provided. Each class will have at least 1 e-safety session and we will be tweeting advice
  • Templemoor Infant and Nursery School We will be exploring how to keep safe when using the internet in class lessons. We will be holding a special assembly to highlight the importance of keeping safe online.
  • The Breck Foundation We are Supporting SID with our campaign 'No Tech 4 Breck' which begins on Safer Internet Day and runs for 10 days.
  • 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
  • Aylands We will have a whole school assembly, every lesson will be based on some aspect of e-safety.
  • Gorsewood Primary School We will have a whole school activity day to promote safer internet use.
  • Anchorsholme Academy Whole school assembly to start the day. Each class will then follow a particular theme as part of their classroom work.
  • Harper Bell Seventh-day Adventist primary school Pupils have designed internet safety posters. During Safer Internet Day pupils will be composing rap songs,designing mouse mate and business cards to promote e-safety.
  • Brightside Primary School Dedicating a day to teach all our primary school children about being safe on the internet.
  • Saint Norbert's School We will be learning about the positive ways to communicate and show appreciation for each other while on the internet. The digital leaders will be running the social media activity.
  • Equifax Ltd Equifax has teamed up with Young Enterprise to conduct a series of radio interviews that will focus on how parents can take steps to help their children keep their personal information safe online
  • RHODES AVENUE PRIMARY SCHOOL For Safer Internet Day there will be assemblies and e-safety quizzes with Kidscape, Childnet and CEOP resources supporting the key message of keeping safe on line.
  • The Academy at Shotton Hall We will be doing a variety of activities to promote the safe use of internet with a main focus on connecting with parents and carers.
  • Streatley Cofe Primary School We are taking part in knowing what we can and can't share. We are using the resource cybersense to launch the first session, sponsored for by Vodafone in our authority provided be aerial.
  • St Peter and St Paul School We will have anassembly and lessons on internet safety.
  • Green Park CPS We will be using the suggested lesson plans and activities from UK safer internet centre.
  • 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.
  • Jenner Park Primary School Jenner Park will be taking part in a collaborative Online Safety project with other schools at The Tram Shed in Cardiff, then attending an event at The Senedd led by Kirsty Williams.
  • Penygawsi Primary School We will have a day of Safer Internet Day activities and workshop, a special assembly and parents workshop on Internet Safety.
  • Stanton Bridge Primary School We will be having a special assembly and each class will spend the afternoon participating in online safety activities.
  • St. George's CE School, Clun We will be having a focus day throughout our school (using Safer Internet Day resources) to include assembly presented by pupils (parents invited and discussion groups with classes).
  • Duke Street Primary, Chorley 2 assemblies- ks1 and ks2. Posters and follow up activities after assembly. Launch Digital Ambassador Roles to the children- what they are and will do? How to apply.Staff update, Parent drop in
  • St Illtyd Primary School We will raise awareness of e-safety and digital citizenship through a wide range of activities and events in school.