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Safer Internet Day 2019 Supporters

More than 2,100 organisations across the UK are helping to deliver activities for Safer Internet Day, including schools, police, local authorities, charities, companies, government, regulators and wider. 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

  • 1,668
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  • William Howard School All of our KS3 students will be involved in activities around the ideas behind SID. Our Digital Leaders will lead class and out of class events.
  • YMCA YAC ( Youth Advice Centre) We will be promoting cyber safety on our social media by sharing informative and educational videos, hints and tips.
  • East Huntspill School We will be making e-safety posters, talking about how we use the internet, class surveys, writing recipes, drama, making pledges, making videos aimed at parents and exploring 'think u know' games.
  • Ysgol Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant Our digital leaders will be hosting class assemblies throughout the school and there will be various activities happening throughout the day.
  • Stoke City FC We are proud to be supporting Safer Internet Day and have promoted it extensively via our various communications channels, including our match-day magazine, official website, & social media accounts.
  • Southwold Primary school We have been learning how to stay safe on the Internet, with a particular focus on giving and asking permission when online.
  • All Souls Primary School All week the children are learning about Internet safety. Each class is also having an extra lesson about this on Tuesday along with a whole school assembly.
  • Tattingstone Church of England VC Primary School A fun-filled day of learning how to stay safe online, using games and watching videos.
  • Ashton Community Science College All students in yr 7-11 will take part in internet safety week. They will receive an assembly and lessons throughout the week. We will be using the resources from the 14-16 pack.
  • Kemsing Primary School We will be doing a range of activities to keep the children aware of internet safety.
  • Etz Chaim Primary School For SID we will be carrying out a whole school assembly. The children will have workshops lead by our Digital Leaders on the day.
  • Wolsey Hall Oxford We will be sharing internet safety advice, quizzes and links to further information through our social media channels and internally to our students and their families.
  • Leiston Primary School Pupil parliament:all 300 pupils with a focus on looking out for signs of online grooming & how to protect our most vulnerable. Poster competition. Work with Online Safety Advocates in younger classes.
  • St John Lloyd Catholic Comprehensive During our PSHE lessons we will be discussing how to stay safe on the Internet and highlighting the data we share when online.
  • Hughenden Primary School For SID we are learning about how to stay safe online and focusing on giving consent when sharing content. We are entering the Safer Internet Day poster competition with the aim of raising awareness.
  • Abercromby Nursery School We are holding two coffee mornings/afternoons for families exploring different ways to keep them safe online, e.g. locking an iPad app. Stories with children e.g. Digi Duck
  • Cedar Lodge School For SID 2019 we will have assemblies, class tasks and training for students.
  • Gilfach Fargoed Primary School A range of activities building on our previous internet safety work. Activities from nursery to Year 6. Competitions highlighting the importance of internet safety.
  • Newcastle United Football club For SID 2019 we will be posting out to all staff. The Academy has training days planned also.
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  • Exning Primary School Our eSafety Ambassadors will be leading two assemblies and running activities across the school. After school they will be running an information session for the wider school community.
  • The Anti-Bullying Company For SID we will have: Workshops in primary schools. SID Film Competition Parent/Carers Sessions STAFF TRAINING
  • NASUWT NASUWT The Teachers' Union is proud to support Safer Internet Day 2019. We will be promoting safe and responsible internet use in schools and colleges, in the UK, for pupils as well as school staff.
  • Ysgol Y Strade We will be delivering Safer Internet Day lessons and assemblies using the excellent resources found on the Safer Internet Day website, and also available in Welsh! #arbennig
  • Hazelmere Junior School Hazelmere have invited SPLATS in to do a play in a day about keeping safe on the internet. (y5&6) Lower school will also be off timetable, following the safer internet day resources.
  • Saint Aidan's CE High School We will be asking our Digital Leaders to support and promote various activities including form activities, producing a student survey and distributing their newsletter.
  • Kingsdale Foundation School To help raise the profile and awareness of being safe online, the Kingsdale Community will be engaged in a range of different activities taking place in lessons, at lunchtime and also assemblies.
  • Merseyside Police For Safer Internet Day 2019 we will provide lesson plans in local primary schools.
  • Harvey Road Primary School We will be having a school-wide day off curriculum to focus on online safety. This will include classroom activities, an assembly and visitors to teach us about online safety.
  • St. Stephen's C of E Multi Academy Trust Across our two schools, children will take part in the activities provided by the Safer Internet Centre. They will be included in assemblies all about Safer Internet day.