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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. 

To join the list, please complete the online registration form. Please note, logos will now not be added until after Safer Internet Day. 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,644
  • 1,176
    School/college
  • 119
    Charity/youth
  • 158
    Business
  • 57
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 103
    Other
  • Sunderland AFC Sunderland AFC will be promoting the S.I.D. message via our website & in newsletters to our Junior Black Cats and their parents/carers. Students at our Academy will receive a S.I.D. training input.
  • Valence Primary School We celebrate Safer Internet Day by organising parent and pupil workshops while working in class with pupils about appropriate use of the internet.
  • Birley Community College Our students will be taking part in special tutor time activities, our peer mentors will be available for advice and support and we will be running a training session for our parents.
  • Exeter Deaf Academy We are making plans to make a student film for social media.
  • Westward Housing Group Continue to support our customers to move to digital services, but to do so safely.
  • Vodafone Limited Using social media channels we'll be: publishing stats from our poll on how social media makes teens feel; launching a video simulating a teen's phone; and signposting our Digital Parenting Magazine.
  • Smoothwall We will be turning Safer Internet Day into Safer Internet Week by visiting schools around the country and holding assemblies, to help educate children and staff on how to ensure they stay safe online.
  • Ryde School (with Upper Chine) We have run an assembly with SID 2017 materials, joined the Thunderclap on Twitter. We have invented an e-safety Monopoly Game and the whole senior school (over 500 children) played it at the same time
  • Symantec A Symantec team of employee volunteers will present to a number of schools in Reading about how to stay safe on line with helpful hits and tips to teachers pupils and parents .
  • Embleton VE Primary School We will be working with the children in the school to understand how we need to use the internet safely.
  • Ark Helenswood Academy Assembly, poster and app competition
  • Hexham Priory School We will continue to support pupils to understand the importance of keeping themselves safe online and how they can. Our 'Be Strong Online' Ambassadors will also be leading activities with their peers
  • Access Training (East Midlands) Ltd Access Training will be promoting safer internet usage to learners in the classroom with a taught session and apprentices in the workplace through flipped learning resources.
  • Sherborne C of E Primary School The pupils will run an assembly for the whole school, using the resource materials provided.
  • Ashcroft primary school We will have a whole school assembly and class projects linking to safer internet usage.
  • Boughton Leigh Infant School, Brownsover, Rugby For Safer Internet Day we will do a presentation to parents.
  • Burley and Woodhead CE Primary School We have run a parent information evening. We are having a whole week of events in school, focussing on all aspects of personal safety. We are using our social media to promote safer Internet use.
  • St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School We will have a special assembly led by our 8 Digital Leaders, E-Safety lessons through out the week, a special #giveasmile emoji competition, and Digital Leaders and Computing Council visit to LFC for roadshow.
  • Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College We'll be tweeting throughout the day with tips and videos to teach our students how to stay safe online.
  • Torbain Primary School We will be taking part in a variety of activities in all classes to learn how we can make the internet a better place, and learn how we can stay safe online.
  • Holy Cross Girls' Primary School We will be doing workshops with pupils and showing videos concerning the importance of staying safe on life. We will also be sending information home to parents.
  • Hirwaun Primary Ensuring that children have the awareness and understanding of how to keep themselves safe on the internet through a range of activities.
  • Azoomee To celebrate Safer Internet Day, Azoomee will be showcasing our BAFTA-nominated series Search It Up, which is designed to teach children to be smart, safe and kind online.
  • 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.
  • Horsendale Primary Dedicated learning time to teaching safe internet use across all age groups within our school.
  • Cliffedale Primary School Cliffedale Primary School is proud to be supporting Safer Internet Day. We eagerly await the Education Packs and are producing class assemblies highlighting the importance of E-safety.
  • St. Catherine's college, Armagh Every student and Year group in the school will receive Safer Internet training, advice and guidance delivered by our very own student Digital leaders.
  • Hadfield Nursery School The children watch a powerpoint suitable for their age and talk about keeping safe with their class teacher. Information is shared with parents using leaflets about keeping under fives safe on-line.
  • Coed Eva Primary School The whole school will be taking part in e-safety activities for the afternoon. Ranging from Nursery to year 6 pupils. These activities will be shown to parents via Twitter.
  • Ysgol Licswm We will have an internet safety assembly and daily follow up activities, School liaison police officer coming into school to give talk, revised home school agreements sent home and uploads of activities to Twitter.