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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
  • Redbridge Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) The Redbridge Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) will be in central Ilford on Safer Internet Day with our information stand providing guidance to children, young people and their parents.
  • The March CE Primary school The March with locality primary and secondary schools in Chichester have invited E-Safety advisor Mr Alan Mackenzie to lead several joint workshops and assemblies for pupils, teachers, and parents.
  • CGI IT UK LTD On 7 Feb, CGI members will be talking about staying safe on line in our partner schools in Leatherhead & Reading.
  • Fullhurst Community College Assemblies to raise awareness followed by activities in all tutor groups. In addition IT curriculum lessons will focus on this.
  • Motherwell Football Club Community Trust Motherwell Football Club Community Trust engages with hundreds of young people every week. We will be running an awareness campaign on Tuesday to ensure that young people are aware of the dangers of the internet.
  • FPA We're supporting Safer Internet Day through all of our social media to highlight the importance of online safety.
  • St Michaels Catholic Primary Liverpool All classes will be taking part in class sessions looking at online safety.
  • Shackleton Primary School We hosted an Online Safety play for schools in the local area, "In the Net". We're holding assemblies, running updates on Facebook for parents, and a school council Online safety competition.
  • The Scout Association The Scout Association is encouraging young people and volunteers to be safe online. We're posting snippets of online safety advice on social media and linking to a digital safety game.
  • REIM Training Solutions Ltd During Safer Internet Day we will be hosting parent and student Internet Safety Workshops ensuring that everyone is aware of the risks of online activity.
  • Children's Commissioner for England The Children's Commissioner is happy to support Safer Internet day and will be reporting in the new year with proposals to strengthen children’s rights online.
  • St Marys CE We are having an assembly and all pupils will be involved in Safer Internet Day activities.
  • Lancashire Football Association We will send out best practice guidance to all club volunteers on responsible and appropriate usage of social media & modern technology
  • St. Alfege with St. Peters Primary School We will be following lesson plans provided by the Safer Internet Centre and will be having an assembly on being safe on the internet.
  • Hensall Community Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will have an assembly and 2 Online safety talks for Parents on Thursday 9th February 2017.
  • Lee Chapel Primary School We are planning to have an Internet/Technology Free day across the school.
  • NCI Technologies Ltd We're raising awareness of online safety by supporting the #giveasmile campaign and provide our resource hub for parents, schools and the wider community.
  • Thames Valley Police Thames Valley Police is hosting a live web chat for young people, parents and carers to have their questions answered by experts. We will also be sharing resources and advice with the public.
  • North Lakes School We will have a special assembly, we will also be using the SID classroom resources, using the Sing Up resources to sing songs about Esafety and revisit our top 10 Esafety rules.
  • Tomorrow's Women Wirral To mark Safer Internet Day Tomorrow's Women Wirral will be live on social media and their live web chat all day to offer support/advice. We will also have a TWW infographic about web safety.
  • Richard Cobden Primary School We will deliver school assemblies for KS1 and 2 focusing on the risk children might face online. All classes will have an online safety lesson on the day.
  • Bottesford Infant School We will be launching Safer Internet Day with a whole-school assembly. We will then be further embedding this within our own classrooms, with different activities in each year group.
  • The Clock Social media, drop in advice, youth clubs information advice and guidance.
  • RADAR NI We will be supporting #SID2017 via Social media
  • Kirkton of Largo Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with various activities to look at how we can stay safe and make the Internet a better place.
  • AT&A Business Insurance Brokers We will be offering advice to schools and sharing information about Safer Interent Day on social media
  • Wroxton Primary School On SID we will be reviewing the importance of e-safety and producing collaborative pieces of work.
  • Newton Primary School We will be holding activities throughout the school starting with an assembly and then supporting the students in a range of activities.We will provide supporting information for parents and carers.
  • Saint Anthony's Primary School We are raising awareness of safer internet use through a whole school focus day.
  • Rothes Primary School and Nursery Safer Internet Fortnight. Assemblies, awards, Headteacher focus, homework and in-class follow up from initial assembly powerpoint.