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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
  • Upton Junior School After the SID assembly, all the classes at UJS will do the main lesson and some of the quick activities. We'll have our own social media board, 'JibberJabber'; and 5H will act out of the play.
  • St Mary's Middle School, Belford For Safer Internet Day we will have an assembly, Photography Project, SID lesson plans and Photo Booth
  • Thomas Gamuel Primary School Differentiated activities across EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Involve parents and governors. Year 6 to make videos about different aspects of e-safety.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Gellionnen We teach our pupils about e-safety throughout the year, and it's great to be able to share what we have learned with others on Safer Internet Day.
  • Jericho Primary School Our school dedicates a full day of teaching centered around internet safety issues. We love Safer Internet Day!
  • Priory Academy We are running an e-safety week for Year 5-9, holding competitions and information revolving around raising e-safety awareness throughout the week.
  • Watford Football Club's Community Sports and Education Trust Afternoon session with two local schools. 90 pupils will be in Vicarage Road Stadium for presentation, workshop and tour.
  • Saint Aidan's Church of England High School We are having a Be Safe week which includes Safer Internet Day. We will unite in our full school worship and officially launch our Digital Leaders who are putting together some activities.
  • English Martyrs RCP School We will hold an e-Safety competition and hold an assembly to highlight this event.
  • St Patrick's Academy As well as year group assemblies, we will be running a competition on e-safety.
  • Fullhurst Community College Assemblies to raise awareness followed by activities in all tutor groups. In addition IT curriculum lessons will focus on this.
  • Youth Fed With our NW Cyber Safety programme schools, youth groups and parents we will use SID to continue to promote safe & ethical online behaviours focussing on safe image & video sharing.
  • Kingsdale Foundation School Across the school there will be a range of activities taking place during during lessons, assemblies, tutor time and after school. The aim being to ensure all our young people remain safe online.
  • Digital Reflow We are going to be working together with local schools to share tips on how children can be safer online. We'll be sharing these also on social media, and in the local paper.
  • @onlinePROTECT Poster competition for the best poster/infographic on 'My Internet Safety tips'. Podcast sessions with psychology experts (from University of Lincoln) on Safer Internet Use, released via Twitter.
  • Delamere Primary Academy All classes will be getting involved with SID. We will all be completing the acrostic poems and giving all children an insight on how to be safer. At the end of the week we will be doing an assembly
  • The Chalet School For Safer Internet Day KS2 will hold an assembly and help Smartie to make safe choices. They will engage in a number of activities, all relating to our PSHE and Computing Staying Safe Online topic.
  • Whitby Heath Primary School Our school is having a whole school assembly. Each teacher will also be discussing internet safety with their class. E-Safety Officers are also making posters for a local community support centre.
  • Solon Security Solon Security will be sharing safe internet use messages via social media, our monthly newsletter and encouraging our thousands of customers across UK Police & Local Authorities to get involved too.
  • Queensgate Primary School Queensgate Primary School will launch SID with a whole school assembly and activities during the day to promote safety on the internet.
  • Cranleigh Primary School We will be completing safer internet workshops that will include making posters, writing a script for a video prompting internet safety and playing games safely on the internet.
  • Waunarlwydd Primary Whole school assembly, watching and discussing the SID TV video clips and completing e-safety activities.
  • East Devon District Council We will be discussing safe practices with our young people at our SWITCH club.
  • Shire Oak Academy We will be delivering assemblies during the week of Safer Internet Day and pupils will be completing form time activities to promote the event as well as lesson activities in Computing.
  • Palmarsh Primary School We will be running special activities in class and for the whole school
  • Kineton (VA) Primary School We have an action planned week at Kineton Primary School, being launched by our fabulous e-Safety Champions in their first ever assembly to the whole school. Growing as online-safety savvy children.
  • EduCare We are sharing content from our Online Safety course: 10 things you should teach children and young people
  • Ysgol Maes-y-Llan Engaging in a range of activities promoting safe use of the internet, staying safe online and the wonder of the web.
  • Malpas Court Primary School We are continuing with our class lessons but with links to Safer Internet Day 2017. We have lovely work from last year that we want to build on this year!!!
  • Church Lads' and Church Girls' Brigade We will be messaging all of our Company Leaders via email, we will be promoting on our website, Facebook and Twitter, to let all members know that we fully support Safer Internet Day.