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Safer Internet Centre

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Activities are taking 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. 

To join the list, please complete the online registration form

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

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  • Bloxham Church of England Primary School Whole school assembly and supporting activities within classrooms.
  • Higham Ferrers Junior School The school's newly formed Digital Leaders will educate their peers about the positive experiences to be had on the internet whilst making them aware of potential pitfalls and how to deal with them.
  • Safer Activities for Everyone CIC We will promote SID2017 via email and social media. We are running 3 free CEOP sessions during February in Eye, Suffolk. We are also researching online safety with local schools.
  • Hartley Primary Academy The whole school will be involved in Safer Internet Day through an assembly led by Digital Leaders and sharing information with Parents during Parent Consultations that are being held this week..
  • Bournemouth Libraries All the staff and public computers in our 12 libraries will have the SID2017 posters displayed as desktop wallpaper from 4-11 February and some libraries will be hosting SID2017 parent/children quizzes
  • St.Mark's C.E. Primaey We will be joining in with a selection of computer based and unplugged activities addressing all manner of ESafety areas, including safe profiles, Cyberbullying and Digital footprints
  • Bishop Childs CW Primary Bishop Childs is celebrating SID by taking part in an online safety project collaborating with four other schools and attending SID at the Senedd!
  • Aberlour Youthpoint-Moray In the lead-up to Safer Internet Day we will be focusing on internet safety in order to raise awareness, particularly with parents.
  • North Ealing Primary School Our school mascot, NESSIE ( North Ealing School's Safer Internet Environment), will be on hand as always to guide us through the wonders of the web!
  • Rivelin Primary School Rivelin Primary will celebrate Safer Internet Day by holding an assembly for children as well as having activities throughout the day.
  • Turn IT On Turn IT On consultants will be giving assemblies and lessons throughout the week of Safer Internet Day, we will share our activities on Twitter and our Blog
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace School We will be hosting parent workshops led by our digital leaders and the pupils will be taking part in a variety of activities.
  • Wainwright Primary Academy The whole school will be learning about internet safety. Year 6 will spend the half term doing a mini-topic on how to stay safe on the internet and they will share this information in an assembly.
  • Caludon Castle We will be conducting year-group assemblies as well as tutor-time activities across the school
  • West Sussex County Council We will be encouraging everyone to unite for a better internet & supporting our communities to stay safe whilst making the most of the positive opportunities being online has to offer.
  • Bishops Hull Primary School Our school will carry out different activities and design a new set of acceptable user posters which will be child friendly and put up in each of our classes to remind us how to stay safe online.
  • Old Park Primary School We will be spending the whole week with our children working on projects themed around Online Safety. We will also reach out to our wider community through on-site activities and social channels.
  • Alice Ingham RC Primary School Whole school assembly lead by children and in class activities
  • Air-IT Ltd Air-IT will be using social media networks to raise awareness of safer internet browsing, sharing tips and advice for organisations and individuals.
  • Holy Trinity CofE Primary We will begin the day with a whole school assembly, then workshops in the hall for individual classes and year groups, followed by parent workshops!
  • Royal school for the deaf Derby We will have a whole school assembly, workshops for various ages across the school (4-18 years), a newsletter for parents with information regarding e-safety. We also have a PCSO working within school to offer support
  • Carers Trust Cambridgeshire We will be promoting safe use of social media to our young carers and adult carers. We are also planning a live stream chat where carers young and old can ask questions and get advice.
  • Dunbar Grammar School We will be delivering lessons about safer internet use.
  • St Malachy's College, Belfast To support Safer Internet Day students are creating a video for distribution on school website and Facebook page which identifies 10 top tips for E Safety.
  • Blackburn Youth Zone Youth work club will be having discussion around internet, social media, grooming and any other themes that come out of our discussions with young people.
  • Wardle Academy Big online promotions, lessons based on the resources provided by the UK Safer Internet Centre. Participation in the photo exhibition using your photo pack. Assemblies to students from senior staff.
  • Elgin Academy Providing a lunchtime workshop and resources to encourage pupils to evaluate and think critically about online content.
  • Ysgol Gymraeg Cwmbrân The pupils will be receiving an assembly about internet safety. Year 6 pupils will be going into each class to give a lesson and set a task and a whole school competition will be held.
  • Cheshire Constabulary We will be covering and engaging all our schools, 650 plus. We will be working in partnership with them through our e-safety officers programme and Junior Safety Officers programme.
  • Highgate Wood School We will be running assembles and staging a parent information evening