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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
  • Pentland primary school Online safety speaker to work with the whole school. The parents then invited to an assembly led by the school Online Ambassadors ( children)
  • Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council Get Blaenau Gwent online will be supporting Safer Internet Day by running information sessions throughout the borough.
  • Neyland community School Holding a special assembly and each class undertaking ideas from the education pack and will send leaflet to parents
  • Alcohol and Drugs Action We will be celebrating SID by spreading the word about how to stay safe online through our social media access points, and will encourage young people we are working with to speak out.
  • Community Learning - Bristol City Council We are promoting new resources to all of our learners and working in partnership with local organisations to reach out to schools and parents
  • The Family School We will be supporting children to keep safe online, Supporting safe use of mobile / electronic / social media monitoring - parents & carers. Family class based activity helping children to stay safe online
  • Safepad We will be posting some tips and techniques on our Facebook page on how parents can make tablets iPads and computers safer for children to use.
  • Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School We will have tutorial activities and assemblies. Reinforced in computing classes.
  • Leslie primary School We will be working with the thinkuknow resources and sharing our information with parents at an open afternoon.
  • 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.
  • Business in the Community Northern Ireland Producing a Guide showing Parents/Guardians/Grandparents, etc how to keep Children and Teenagers safe by ensuring EVERY device, App, TV, Router, Social Media (Snapchat, Instagram, etc) is protected
  • Marston Green Junior School We will be undertaking activities based around social media and the impact this can have if it is misused. This links in with anti bullying week and grooming workshops that have been done this year.
  • Tweeddale Primary School Safer Internet Day is part of our safeguarding work and we'll be focussing on keeping safe online, in particular keeping safe when using mobile devices. Parents will be invited in to see what we do.
  • The de Ferrers Academy The de Ferrers Academy is proud to be supporting SID 2017 through: - Mobile phone safety sessions with our digital leaders - Launching a digital course about Online safety - An Online quiz
  • St Joan of Arc Primary School, Islington As a Childnet Digital Leaders school, Joan of Arc Primary are very excited to be taking part in the Safer Internet day exhibition and event on the day.
  • Ruislip Gardens Primary School For Safer Internet Day, all children form Nursery to Year Six will be learning about how to stay safe online
  • Guardian Saints To promote awareness, we are holding a competition for children in care, contacting Local Authorities & Fostering Agencies, urging them to sign up as supporters and ask their young people to enter.
  • Boscombe East Post Office We will be raising awareness of SID in branch and online with our social media accounts
  • Abertillery Learning Community, Bryngwyn & Queen Street Campus Our Digital Leaders have created a E-Safety Workshop for KS2 Pupils. They have organised different activities and a quiz to ensure the children know how to be safe online.
  • Friendly WiFi Reaching out to all our licensed Public WiFi venues and the WiFi industry, both in and outside the UK. The team at Friendly WiFi will be busy making sure the message of Safer Internet is heard.
  • Ysgol Friars We have updated our eSafety website and will be holding assemblies to highlight the Safer Internet Day message.
  • Brighton & Hove LSCB Our Safety Rocks newsletter for parents focuses on children's use of technology this month, and we have circulated a LSCB Online Safety News Update for professionals
  • Hartside Primary School We will have a variety of activities to promote online safety, but also first aid training for children and a visit from the local Police to discuss safety outside of school.
  • St Joseph's RC Primary We will be recruiting internet safety warriors as part of Safer Internet Day to teach and help others. We will be revising the SMART rules and learning how to keep safe online.
  • Our Lady and Saint Hubert's Primary School We will have a Safer Internet Day Assembly, Safer Internet Lessons, Internet use online survey, Internet use family agreements, Internet photo booth and E-safety blogging
  • Manchester United Foundation Manchester United Foundation will be utilising player messaging across some of their digital platforms to promote Safer Internet Day.
  • Heatherbrook Primary School We aim to do a whole school assembly to raise awareness of being safe online and promote active discussion from year 1 to year 6. Each class will then complete a differentiated task.
  • Saint Aidan's Church of England High School We are having a Be Safe week which includes Safer Internet Day. We will unite in our full school worship and officially launch our Digital Leaders who are putting together some activities.
  • Clifton Primary School, Rugby We will start the day with a whole school e-safety awareness assembly, followed by year group lessons and activities. Our anti-bullying ambassadors will lead games / activities during break times.
  • Buckingham Primary Academy We are taking part in a range of activities and delivering lessons to make children aware of how they can stay safe on the internet.