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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
  • 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.
  • Radcliffe on Trent Junior School Assembly and all classes doing the 2017 Safer Internet Day lesson
  • Dalmain School Assembly and activities in class groups
  • Compass School We will be holding assemblies, running a parental workshop, carrying out tutor activities from KS1 to KS4 and adding email signatures to all staff emails to show support for SID 2017.
  • St Patrick's Academy Dungannon All year 8 classes will be taking part in a workshop throughout the day with in our ICT department to promote E-Safety on Tuesday 7th Feb.
  • William Austin Infants School The whole school will be taking part in activities to remind the children how to keep safe online and to become better digital citizens.
  • Grafham Grange School, Radius Trust Whole school approach to SID including assemblies, group discussions and lessons. Parents and carers have also been included as we have created an advice/resources pack which has been sent to all.
  • Palmarsh Primary School We will be running special activities in class and for the whole school
  • Duncombe School We are having a whole school assembly - Y6 digital leaders helping. The school is then off timetable - complete age appropriate activities form tutors. The work will be used for whole school display.
  • Whitefriars Church of England Primary Academy All classes are having an assembly and following the age appropriate lesson plan as suggested in the resources.
  • Uplands Community College We will have assemblies, tailored lessons and will be designing emoticons.
  • St Thomas A Becket RC Primary School Our pupils will be creating a Padlet presentation to share resources and tips for staying safe online.
  • Internet Matters We will be supporting Safer Internet Day along with our partners at the London event, on our website and social channels to raise awareness and encourage everyone to unite for a better internet!
  • St Mary's Primary School Dunamore We will be making posters to display the slogan for this year's campaign, have an assembly, take part in the suggested activities, read Digiduck to the younger members of the
  • Paignton Community & Sports Academy We are training 300 primary children in E-safety. All pupils will have assemblies and lessons on e-safety and we are holding a Parents' Information Evening.
  • Become We will share information with children and young people in care and young care leavers about how to stay safe online
  • Ysgol Bro Pedr For Safer Internet Day we will be talking to pupils about the various dangers of being online
  • The Cathedral School, Llandaff Pupils from Year 1 up to Year 13 will be involved in a variety of eSafety activities, from assemblies to poster making; digital leaders will be sharing important messages across the age ranges.
  • St Columb Minor Academy We are doing a photo booth, photos with post-it comments, lessons, assemblies and a parent session. UKS2 have learnt an e-safety song.
  • Gosden House House assembly. 6th form to talk to the younger girls. Surveys on internet use and being Net-telligent
  • Sir John Leman High School Whole school tutor time activities taking place throughout January and on the day in February to support #SID2017
  • 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.
  • The Foster Care Co-operative We will be publishing a Safer Internet Day version of our monthly blog - ‘Understanding Your Child’s Digital World’ that has a wide reach on our social media channels.
  • Our Lady & St. Michaels Primary We had an online safety logo competition, a dressup day, used the SID resources for foundation phase and ks2 assembly, made some rules to keep ourselves safe and created our own emojis- share a smile.
  • St Leonard's CofE Primary School All children and pupils will be taking part in classroom activities and having a non uniform day to raise money for digital safety charities, whilst our Digital Leaders lead a whole school assembly.
  • Queensgate Primary School Queensgate Primary School will launch SID with a whole school assembly and activities during the day to promote safety on the internet.
  • 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.
  • Ivydale Primary School Ivydale Primary School will celebrate Safer Internet Day with assemblies and workshops across the school.
  • James Allen's Prep School We are sharing Online safety podcasts created by Year 6, Online safety films and stop motion animations created by Year 5 and quizzes all about how to stay safe online created by Year 4.
  • Towngate Primary Academy We are a primary academy in Ossett near Wakefield. The whole school will be taking part in activities on and around SID 2017.