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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
  • NAHT NAHT has been using its communications channels to help inform members about Safer Internet Day.
  • Springwell Leeds To support Safer Internet Day 2017, students and staff at Springwell Leeds Academy will be engaging in a range of activities including Exploring the Power of Image in Digital Youth Culture.
  • Sevenoaks District Council Sevenoaks District Council have commissioned The Stag Youth Theatre's Real Life Play to be shown to the Year 5 and Year 6 pupils in Sevenoaks District.
  • Haydon Wick Primary School Across the school we will be doing exciting activities about internet safety using stories and photos.
  • Northumberland Youth Service We are distributing information and cards to young people with top tips for staying safe online. We will also be incorporating plans as part of our sessions with young people.
  • Sea Mills Primary School We are having a week focusing on esafety within the school. Each class will been looking at how to stay safe online, where to access support and what to look out for.
  • Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust (CHAT) We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day in various ways: workshops, information displays, social media activities
  • North Road Community Primary School The children of North Road Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through assemblies, the lesson resources, making posters and leaflets for parents and a workshop from the local police.
  • 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.
  • Blackpool and The Fylde College Support and advice for staff/students - to maximise the benefits of e-technologies - but with protection strategies for vulnerabilities in place - on all sites all week and in group sessions
  • Herschel Grammar School Running assemblies during week, with Digital Leaders creating some video material to pass on help and advice. Sending info home to parents.
  • Catshill Learning Partnerships We will be announcing the results of the national pupil internet use survey, running a digital leaders workshop and supporting schools with the online safety toolkit.
  • Penygawsi Primary School We will have a day of Safer Internet Day activities and workshop, a special assembly and parents workshop on Internet Safety.
  • Chantlers Primary School Presentations, power points, short films, activities, games, quiz's.
  • The Bridge School We will have an e-safety coffee morning for parents
  • Newcroft Primary Academy Each class from Reception children up to year 5 will participate on the day with the resources provided on the UKSIC website or other internet safety resources supplied by the Computing co-ordinator.
  • Headfield Junior School Every child will spend the day learning about how to stay safe online. Parents will be invited in to school to learn about different aspects of Esafety from creating a strong password to stereotyping.
  • Windmill Primary School Launching with an assembly. All classes will be doing activities for the day and sharing with families via the Class Twitter accounts.
  • Mothers' Union Mothers’ Union will be supporting families to unite for a better internet, and think about the impact of commercialisation through the updated Labelled for Life resource.
  • Eastchurch Church of England Primary School For Safer Internet Day, we will be holding a whole school assembly and then children will be taking part in workshops to create awareness about how be safer on the internet.
  • St Nicolas Academy We will be having a whole school off timetable day. Each child will produce a piece of writing based on e-safety. There will also be a showcase assembly showing what the children have been doing.
  • MPCT Encouraging all learners across all our 29 location within UK to think about the use of the internet and their safety. Watching Did You Know clips and discussions about safety on line and awareness.
  • Greenmeadow Primary School Digital Leaders to lead assembly for Foundation Phase and KS2 children using SID presentations. Parents to be invited into school to work with their children on internet safety on 7th. SID Lessons.
  • Lower Kersal Community Primary School Whole school activities regarding e-safety with tweets on our school Twiiter account to parents as well as school Blog site. SMS messages will also be sent to our parents/carers to raise awareness
  • www.stbernadette.co.uk At St Bernadette Catholic Junior School we are beginning with an assembly to launch our Internet Safety Day. Each year group is then focusing on a different aspect of internet safety in class.
  • SS Peter & Paul Catholic Primary School Designing and printing internet Safety posters
  • Dringhouses Primary School I'll be holding a whole school assembly, talking to all pupils about how to stay safe online whilst making it a positive place. Classes will then be following this up in their computing lessons.
  • Ark Helenswood Academy Assembly, poster and app competition
  • Wolverley CE Secondary School At Wolverley CE Secondary School, we will be promoting Internet Safety Day through our social media feeds, school newsletter and tutor lesson activities. All students will also receive an assembly.
  • Northampton Town Football Club Supporting articles across our platforms, reminding young supporters of the potential dangers of the internet.