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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
  • 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!
  • Birdham CE Primary School We have entered a competition to create a video promoting elements of internet safety. We have participated in workshops and made posters, as well as discussing e-safety issues in all classes.
  • iomart We will be promoting the importance of protecting your data and the key messages of SID 2017 to our customers and across our social media.
  • Ysgol Bro Gwaun Utilizing the Education packs to reinforce our teaching of E-safety.
  • Yahoo Hen Felin YsyolHen Felin will be taking part in a collaborative project with other schools in CSC. The project involves Responsable Digital Citizens from 5 schools presenting at the Senydd on sid
  • North Yorkshire Police We will undertake social media activity and take the Safer Internet Day literature into schools.
  • Tufnell Park School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day with whole school assemblies and workshops throughout the week, as well as staff training and presentations for parents.
  • st marys limavady School assembly
  • St pauls We will be using the 'pledge' on the back of the local campaign supported by the parents of Kayleigh Haywood to fight grooming.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Lord Wandsworth College Peer and teacher led sessions promoting privacy, safety, positive behaviour and protecting reputations on-line
  • Penygarn Community Primary School We will have Safer Internet Day activities and will take part in the #giveasmilecampaign
  • Culcheth High School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day 2017 by students doing Tutor time activities to raise awareness, having assemblies on ESafety all week and producing lots of information on digital signage.
  • 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.
  • St. Nicholas' PS We are taking part in a series of lessons, attending an internet safety drama performance and raising awareness.
  • Cadoxton Primary School Cadoxton Primary School are celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a collaborative eSafety Project with four schools and attending the SID celebration event at the Senedd in Cardiff.
  • Rotary Club of Preston Amounderness We will be raising awareness at district and club level
  • St Mary's C of E Infant School, Prestbury To celebrate the day, we will be starting with a whole school assembly explaining how to stay safe online and then we will be carrying out different activities linked to online safety.
  • Bradway Primary school We are launching the day with assemblies & spending the day completing the activities provided as well as completing questionnaires to find out more about our pupils' online lives .
  • Three We're promoting SID to our employees and communities to raise awareness of the importance of educating children on how to enjoy the benefits of the internet safely whenever or wherever they go online.
  • Integra South Gloucestershire We have provided a Safer Internet Day newsletter and online safety scheme of work to support primary schools with teaching children to keep safe online.
  • Centre for Child Protection, University of Kent Sharing ideas from our online child protection simulations to help young people protect themselves online.
  • Children in Wales Sharing resources on the Children in Wales website to raise awareness and attending the Safer Internet Day event at the Senedd, Cardiff Bay
  • St Augustines Catholic primary school We will be hosting workshops for parents and careers. The children will also take part in workshops, leading about how to stay safe on the internet.
  • Marlborough House School Following eSafety talks from a former police officer and child protection specialist to children and then parents, pupils will explore the role they can play in making the internet a safer place.
  • St Matthew's CE Primary School At St. Matthew's we will be celebrating Safer Internet Day throughout the whole school from Nursery up to Year 6. The children will explore how they can stay safe online, protect themselves and others
  • Moderation Gateway Moderation Gateway and its students will spread the message of Safer Internet Day via it's social media channels and website.
  • Elmwood Infant School We will have assemblies and activities in class
  • Greenfylde First School The whole school will be involved in Safer Internet Day through an assembly led by Digital Leaders and culminating in a joint activity with parents invited in to class towards the end of the day.