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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

1,772
  • 1,249
    School/college
  • 138
    Charity/youth
  • 161
    Business
  • 58
    Government
  • 29
    Police
  • 137
    Other
  • The Bishops C of E Learning Academy Each class will be completing the suggested activities from the safer internet centre. All parents will be receiving advice on discussing internet safety at home. We will watch the CEOP videos.
  • Freegrounds Junior School We are having a whole-school assembly and running a competition. Children will design a moto/slogan/message about being safe on the internet. This will be displayed in our school for the year!
  • Richard Cobden Primary School Richard Cobden Primary School will celebrate Safer Internet Day with online safety lessons in each class and two assemblies. Pupils trained as Digital Leaders will help deliver the lessons.
  • Parkway Primary School We are involved in activities throughout the week of the 6th in regards to posting online safely. We are also holding a parent workshop about keeping their children safe online.
  • SS Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School All classes will be designing posters and the digital leaders in year 5 will be leading online safety assemblies that they have created for both key stage 1 and 2
  • East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust ERCLT Top Tips and resources will be available online and in all libraries to help create a respectful digital experience for all.
  • Sherborne Prep school As a school we recognise that being safe and feeling in control of your own safety is a fundamental and essential requirements for children. We dedicate a large proportion of curriculum time each term
  • Warwickshire Police We'll be using social media and our website to share important safety messages with our communities.
  • The Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School We are holding lots of e-safety activities all day in our school on Safer Internet Day. We will also be holding a special Safer Internet Day assembly.
  • Wigan Athletic Football Company Promotion through social media. Presenting to school pupils during assembly in several locations across Wigan. Sharing information to young people as well as their parents and carers.
  • Coleg Elidyr Coleg Elidyr will celebrate Internet Safer Day by holding an assembly and by discussing E-Safety during the ICT sessions throughout the week.
  • St James C Of E, Lower Darwen We will be promoting the importance of internet safety in the school, home and out and about. Reception class up to year 6. Whole school assembly and a day of activities.
  • Anglia Counselling (Newmarket) Ltd Anglia Counselling will be celebrating by sharing various safety resources and extending our free Mental Health Guidance service to encompass internet safety advice and wellbeing.
  • AFC Wimbledon We will spread the important message of internet safety throughout the Academy staff, players and parents etc. and promote in a future match day programme.
  • Ysgol T Gwynn Jones We will be using the resources online to teach a lesson in Year Groups Reception to Year 2.
  • Warley Road Primary School The digital champions will be putting on an assembly to Key Stage 2 acting out different scenarios of internet practice, and they've also come up with a leaflet that's been handed out to all parents.
  • Queens Park Academy Lessons linked to the theme and a visit from the police on Wednesday to support and talk to parents.
  • Lincoln St Christophers School We will be focusing the day on looking at staying safe on the Internet using the theme as the main focus for the day.
  • The Go To Internet Cafe The GoTo is based at the Roy Fletcher Centre in the centre of Shrewsbury and provides IT support and advice on PC’s, tablets, smartphones. Internet access is available on our 6 PC’s and via Wi-Fi.
  • Our Lady & St Michaels primary Entering the SID competition & doing lots of fun SID activities in our classes.
  • Churchill Community College We will be arranging a range of Tutorials,Challenges and Focus Groups around Safer Internet Usage.
  • Farleigh School We will having special Safer Internet lessons all week in ICT & Computing lessons, and some other lessons too, and also a special-focus assembly at the start of the week to kick the week off.
  • Stop it Now! Wales | Child Seuxal Abuse Campaign Promoting SID2018, and will be working in communities in Wales to engage with parents, carers and professionals to keep children safe from sexual abuse including abuse that happens online
  • INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF READING This year we are inviting our pre-service teachers to a mini online cyber-security challenge raising awareness of key topics & sharing educational resources they can use with their students.-
  • St Peter's RC Primary RC School Pupil Participation in the SID Competition 2018 Parent Information Afternoon on Internet Safety Pupil assembly promoting online safety Internet Safety Innovation Day
  • Gorsewood Primary School Year 6 children have prepared presentations on E-Safety that they will be delivering to each class in school.
  • Stedham Primary School We are spending the whole day revisiting what we have previously learned about online safety, using the materials from the UK Safer Internet Centre and we are also involving parents with a workshop.
  • Newbold School We have used the SID assembly and lesson plan resources from the website to have a whole school assembly and each class are also taking part in various activities during the day to promote it.
  • St Aidan's Church of England Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day through starting the day with an eSafety assembly followed by age related activities in each class. This will involve making posters, drama and film making.
  • Highwood Primary School We will be talking to the children about the use of the internet and providing them time to try KS1 Hectors World and in KS2 using other safety on the web games etc.. The children can produce posters.