How was Safer Internet Day in your school?
Safer Internet Day 2019 was the biggest one yet, with 1,668 schools and colleges registered on our supporters list and events happening all over the UK; but we need your help to make sure next Safer Internet Day is even bigger and better.
Feedback from teachers about the day itself really helps us understand what you need, and how schools take part. We have created a survey to help us learn about how schools got involved in Safer Internet Day and to find out how we can improve the support we provide.
For the first time we’ve included some questions on online safety activities during the rest of the school year, so we can support schools and teachers even better.
We depend on your feedback to help us understand the impact the day can achieve, and build on the success of last year, when 97% of teachers surveyed said the day helped encourage conversations about safe use of the internet between teachers and pupils. Nearly 90% said that the day inspired pupils to play an active role in creating a better internet, and 40% of teachers said that taking part in the day led to disclosures about potential safeguarding issues online.
Complete the survey by Friday 15th March and enter a prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher.