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Safer Internet Day 2018 Supporters

More than 1,700 organisations across the UK helped to deliver activities for Safer Internet Day. 

Including schools, police, local authorities, charities, companies, government, regulators and wider. Together we can help create a better internet! 


Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

  • 1,249
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  • CEOP EDUCATION TEAM For #SID2018 we have produced a new education package for professionals called #LiveSkills, and will be promoting the resource to be delivered to primary and secondary-aged children
  • Hawthorn Primary School Whole school assembly, class work and then phase sharing assemblies about the work completed in Foundation Phase and Juniors
  • St. Charles' RCP School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with an assembly to introduce the day and follow up with activities in each class tailored to those children. We will also be sharing updates with parents.
  • Redbridge Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) The Redbridge LSCB will be raising awareness of Safer Internet Day through local activities and a social media campaign.
  • Keep Hatch Primary School All year groups are watching the Safer Internet 2018 clips doing activities about ESafety including a focus on playing games online .
  • West Hill Primary School, Wandsworth Whole school activities throughout the day - for one day, West Hill Primary will have our own social networking site for the children to create, connect and share on.
  • Oasis Academy Marksbury road We are holding a 'crash the curriculum' day for all classes including a parent workshop, where we will be learning all about how to keep ourselves safe online through a variety of exciting activities.
  • StayPrivate We will be producing a guide for parents and children on how to communicate online.
  • Kreative Technology Ltd We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by promoting our guide on safer web use for younger people.
  • Internet Advertising Bureau UK We'll be promoting Safer Internet Day to our members and followers via our website and social media channels
  • Lightwoods Primary School Our pupils will be striving to become E-Safety Champions! With the guidance and challenge of the SMART Crew and Smartie the Penguin, and an e-safety poster competition too!
  • Bristol Free School Digital Leaders are giving assemblies to Y7-Y13 3 Competitions (Design an E-Safety mascot, create cake that shows your feelings about your online presence, create a campaign film) 6 weeks of tutorials
  • The Ferns Primary Academy We are hosting a internet café, where pupils can share their internet profiles with their parents in a safe environment. There will be activities throughout the day!
  • Ashington Academy Morning tutor time activities Safe internet lessons Afternoon PSHE Safer internet lesson Assemblies Poster competition
  • Hendre Infants School We will be holding pupil and parent workshops where our children can demonstrate to their parents how they keep themselves safe online. We are also inviting our Governing Body to attend.
  • Snap Snap is a proud supporter of Safer Internet Day. We believe it plays a vital role is raising awareness of online safety issues. Our global filters running today are to remind Snapchatters everywhere t
  • Bridgewater School We will be promoting the Safer Internet day with a whole school assembly to reinforce the message about safe and responsible use of the internet (as well as during their Computing lessons).
  • Foreland Fields School We will be running a sequence of assemblies and special lessons and activities across the whole school.
  • Greenside Primary School Whole school safer internet day.
  • Forncett St Peter CEVA Primary School We will be holding a special assembly along with a series of activities in each class to raise awareness. We will also send information home to parents and carers too.
  • St. Julie's Catholic High School A variety of different activities promoting safer use of the Internet for a range of year groups across the school.
  • North Road Community Primary School Whole School Assembly with in class workshops led by class teachers including some student leadership by School Council.
  • Denham Village Infant School We will be taking part in a special assembly, and using the quiz and lesson plans provided.
  • Risley Lower Grammar Primary School Whole school Safer Internet Day activities throughout the day!
  • Motherwell Football Club Community Trust For SID 2018 Motherwell Football Club Community Trust will deliver important messages about the importance of keeping safe online with players, parent and coaches in all our programmes.
  • St Katharine's Primary School All our classes will think about staying safe on the internet with special lessons, including visits from AFC Bournemouth's Community Sports Trust for our Years 4, 5 & 6 classes.
  • The Pilgrim School We will be holding an e-safety workshop for our parents and carers. There will be an e-safety worship led by our digital leaders and our ICT coordinator will be running online safety INSET for staff
  • Holy Family PS Safer Internet Day Assembly, Poster competition, stop motion movie
  • Chadwell St. Mary Primary Running activities throughout the day tackling age-appropriate issues, some entirely child-led.
  • University of Oxford We will be teaming up with the department of computer science and doing a Facebook LIVE about the importance of cyber security with Dr Jason Nurse