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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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  • Catch22 Promoting safer internet use to all the children and young people we work with, their families and their referrers.
  • Marie Collins Foundation For SID 2019 we will be presenting sessions at the University of Suffolk Safer Internet Day conference.
  • Gen2 Gen2 will be promoting safer internet day across our 4 apprentice training centres and social media channels.
  • Oaklands Junior School For Safer Internet Day we will host an assembly and run Class room activities
  • Compass School Southwark As a school we are promoting Safer Internet Day through an assembly for KS3. Assembly will focus on cyber bullying and dangers of social media.
  • Roselyn House School Assembly on sharing on social media. Lessons on social media the positive and negatives, grooming online, staying safe on the internet and cyber bullying. Take home packs provided for all school.
  • Ashdown House School At Ashdown House School we are holding an assembly at the beginning of the week to raise awareness. The pupils will then learn about different aspects of Internet safety in their computing lessons.
  • Royal Cross School for Deaf Children For SID 2019 we will have a whole week of online safety activities, including parent workshop with information and whole school assemblies.
  • Gateshead Libraries For local communities as part of SID we will be promoting online safety, searching and shopping online and how to recognise reliable information on the internet.
  • Tendring Technology College For SID we are planning a special Safeguarding Newsletter for parents to explain how Digital Footprints and Location Settings could be used to track, bully or groom young people.
  • Duke of Kent School Students and staff will be discussing current trends online in various forums throughout the day. Talks for parents will be held throughout the term to compliment the work done on Safer Internet Day.
  • Ravenor Primary School Ravenor Primary School will be celebrating Safer Internet Day 2019 across the school. Children will take part in workshops, assemblies and displays to spread the word about keeping safe online.
  • Cadoxton Primary School We will be having an assembly and digital leaders will help pupils put together presentations on what they have learnt to showcase them to each other in the afternoon.
  • The Leys School For SID we will have a pupil led assembly; tutorial time; pop ups on iPad's; we also asked questions about internet use in anti-bullying survey last term which we'll revisit.
  • New Bolsover Primary School Theme for 2019-Our Internet, Our Choice. On safer internet day, we will write ‘sign up for extra break time’, but write T&C apply on the bottom. Children to read through & discuss.
  • Maricourt Catholic High School All students will be taking part in Safer Internet day. We will be having full lessons where SID resources will be taught. All pupils will also be having an assembly on understanding consent.
  • Forest School We will be celebrating using the resources provided from the UK Safer Internet Centre as well as some created by our Childnet Digital Leaders.
  • Northaw CE Primary School For SID 2019 we will have fabulous class workshops, parents' evening workshops and staff workshops!!
  • Shelton Infant School The children will sing our "Online Safety Goals" rap, read online safety stories, and learn about how to be responsible users of the internet.
  • Bishop Childs Primary School We are creating pledges to keep safe online. On the day there will be Safer Internet Day themed lessons and assembly. Digital Leaders will conduct a survey with pupils to gather their views.
  • Ursuline High For Safer Internet Day we are looking to hold assembly's with all our students as well as run activities during form time.
  • Henley Green Primary School Promoting in school - assemblies and class lessons.
  • Millhouse Primary We will be reinforcing our E-Safety teaching to children, parents and staff.
  • The Meadows Primary School Lincoln For SID we will have a whole school assembly and lessons focusing on internet safety.
  • Haytor View Community Primary School A whole school assembly with all parents invited sharing the focus 'Together for a Better Internet'. Ongoing activities throughout the week in each class exploring the focus in age-appropriate ways.
  • Barton CE VA Primary School We will have a whole school assembly to promote Safer Internet Day 2019.
  • YGG Rhosafan We will be holding an assembly for the juniors and infants. This week we have had PC Hughes visit the school to discuss the dangers of being online. Organizing a parents evening with PC Hughes.
  • Parliament - Birmingham Selly Oak Steve McCabe MP for Birmingham Selly Oak will be sharing information about how to stay safe online.
  • Newport Girls' High School This year our health and well-being student representatives will be using the resources to lead assemblies and form time activities to support the theme of Safer Internet Day 2019.
  • Bidston Avenue Primary School Holding assemblies for both key stages, using a range of downloaded materials during computer sessions with Y2 - 6, sending info sheets out to parents and running a school wide Permission Pledge comp.