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Safer Internet Day 2020 Supporters

Join organisations from across the UK and register as a Safer Internet Day Supporter. We'll regularly update the list with new supporters over the coming months, so register now to see your organisation featured on the map. For inspiration, see what people across the UK are doing to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2020!

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Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,741
  • 1,325
    School/college
  • 111
    Charity/youth
  • 128
    Business
  • 52
    Government
  • 12
    Police
  • 113
    Other
  • Ballykelly PS We will be holding lessons taught by teachers, holding a colouring competition and sharing information with parents.
  • Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School We will be holding a whole school assembly and then all children from Foundation Year to Year 6 will hear a story relating to online safety and then will produce work for a show-and-tell assembly.
  • Norwich City Football Club Social media coverage on the day through official accounts, advertising on big screen in the stadium during Liverpool match (15/02/20) and an advert in club programme.
  • Guiseley Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will be taking part in activities to promote having a safe digital identity.
  • Training Strategies It gives us the opportunity to celebrate the importance of addressing online issues, such as cyber-bullying and radicalisation, ensuring the right steps are in place to address and to resolve such.
  • St Wilfrid's C of E Academy We will be offering students and staff the opportunity to have a social media/digital footprint ‘MOT’; checking online profiles, seeing where accounts may have been hacked or at risk of hacking.
  • Arsenal Football Club The Academy marked Safer Internet Day 2020 with workshops with the boys U10-U16 on the benefits and risks of life online. We also delivered a workshop to the parents.
  • Higher Lane Primary School We plan to deliver KS1 and KS2 assemblies and workshops throughout Safer Internet Day.
  • Northumberland Libraries We will be having displays in our libraries to promote Safer Internet Day and the resources that are available and highlight the free help sessions we offer people about being safe online.
  • Jones Memorial Primary School We are having a special assembly led by the Digital Leaders within the school whilst also having a special Key Stage 2 Kahoot! quiz in the afternoon about e-safety.
  • Keep it 100 Youth CIC We will promote awareness of Safer Internet Day via our website and social media platforms.
  • Education Data Hub Education Data Hub provides support to teachers and senior leaders to promote Safer Internet Day across Derbyshire schools and provide tips and resources for staff to keep our children safe.
  • Nether Green Junior School We will be having a whole school assembly to think about ways that we like to enjoy online environments. In each class, children will be completing a #freetobe collage poster activity.
  • West Gate School We will celebrate Safer Internet Day through pathway specific activities. This will range from watching videos to creating posters and other fun activities. Parents will also receive info packs!
  • Millfield Preparatory School We plan to hold a whole school assembly and small group activities for Safer Internet Day.
  • Acorns Primary School We will be watching internet safety videos, sharing safety PowerPoints, listening to Digiduck and Smartie Penguin stories and doing sorting/colouring activities.
  • Motion Picture Association EMEA MPA is supporting UK education campaigns that inspire young people to create, whilst encouraging them and their families to access the creative content they love safely, through genuine online sites.
  • Rainbow Primary School The school will have two assemblies for KS2 and KS1 pupils. We will be showing videos from the Safer Internet Day website - pupils will also be carrying out different activities from the resources.
  • Place2Be We will be raising awareness amongst our partners schools, teachers, parents and young people.
  • Barnes Primary School Our new e-safety team will be leading Safer Internet Day assemblies for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
  • Ormiston Forge Academy For Safer Internet Day we will celebrate how to use the internet safely. We will also consider the lasting imprints of our digital footprint.
  • Torfield School We are having a poster competition to make others aware of how to stay safe online. We also have created a 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' quiz on e-safety and the whole school took part in assembly.
  • Saint Joseph's Primary School During the week of Safer Internet Day, our school will hold two assemblies, arrange themed lessons and create a display for all. We will speak to parents and send home relevant information.
  • Kilburn Junior School As a school we are using Safer Internet Day to kick start our internet safety programme of study. We will deliver an assembly on 10th February and then follow-up with weekly lessons.
  • Crocketts Community Primary School We will have a parent workshop and assemblies and lessons from different strands of Project Evolve.
  • Aloeric Primary School All classes are taking part in exciting learning based on books such as 'Penguinpig' and 'Chicken Clicking', as well as e-safety lessons and assemblies. Children are designing e-safety posters.
  • Cowbridge Comprehensive The school has a safer internet committee which are organising a series of assemblies, lessons and awareness-raising activities which aim to educate students and staff about safer internet use.
  • Barney and Echo We created a short video with 5 top tips of how to be safer on the internet, just advising little changes people can make to keep safe online. We also created an internet safety infographic.
  • The Meadows Primary Academy All children will take part in a variety of activities that will help them to understand how to stay safe online. This year they will look at identities and what is acceptable to share online.
  • Anomaly Displaying Safer Internet Day content on our broadcasting service throughout schools in the UK.