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Safer Internet Day 2020 Supporters

See the organisations across the UK helping to deliver activities for Safer Internet Day 2020.

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,697
  • 1,291
    School/college
  • 110
    Charity/youth
  • 126
    Business
  • 51
    Government
  • 12
    Police
  • 107
    Other
  • Bedford School We will support parents, staff and pupils in all aspects of online safety through a Citizenship Day on Tuesday 11th February.
  • Newington Green Primary School Susan Mehmet presented a whole school assembly where she shared the story of Webster’s friend. Classes chose activities from the resource packs provided on the UK Safer Internet Centre website.
  • Orbis Schools ICT We will be helping schools across Brighton & Hove and East Sussex to spread the word about internet safety and helping schools to keep children safe online.
  • 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.
  • Alexandra Park School We have a special speaker coming into school to speak to our KS3 students about how to safe online. There will be activities in form time all week focusing on how to stay safe online.
  • Embley We are coming together in Key Stages to share #freetobeme assembly. Classes are then working through activities during the morning. Information will be shared with parents through social media.
  • ALN Cymru - Home Education & EOTAS Free online event for parents and carers of children educated outside the traditional school environment in Wales.
  • Longsands Community Primary School We are holding a Safer Internet Wonder Day throughout school to promote safe use of the internet for our primary pupils and their parents.
  • St Joseph's Boys' School We will show videos of safer internet use and organise workshops for Safer Internet Day.
  • Valley Invicta Primary School at East Borough Our Digital Leaders will be planning workshops or an assembly for Safer Internet Day, to encourage everyone to talk about how they use they internet and how it affects them in real life.
  • IT Systems and Support We will be sharing the Safer Internet Day message with all our schools and encouraging them to share these messages with their parents/carers.
  • Crosby High School Crosby High School will promote Safer Internet Day by organising various activities across the week. All classes will engage in lessons, quizzes and online activities.
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Primary Academy We will do a whole school assembly as well as exciting and interactive workshops exploring aspects of creating a better internet. Our Digital Leaders will take a role in running one of the workshops.
  • Andover Primary School We will be undertaking various activities across the school for Safer Internet Day to help children and young people have a safe and positive time online.
  • The Holmesdale School Our student council will lead activities promoting how to be resilient online. Each student will discuss and sign our student acceptable use policy and the student friendly online policy.
  • Fairfields Primary School & Nursery Once again this year we will be having Safer Internet Day assemblies and classes will be doing activities related to the theme of "Together for a better Internet".
  • Federation of Mowden Safer Internet Day will be promoted through whole school assemblies and through our PSHE curriculum.
  • Greenacre Academy All key stages will have lessons covering age-appropriate aspects of staying safe online.
  • Dorset Police Dorset Police will be working alongside AFC Bournemouth to provide educational sessions to schools in Dorset during the week of Safer Internet Day.
  • Barnes Primary School Our new e-safety team will be leading Safer Internet Day assemblies for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
  • Healing Primary School Healing Primary School are going to take part in the Safer Internet Day activities and learn about how to create a better internet for all.
  • St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Voluntary Academy A KS1 assembly around the theme of 'Safer Internet Day' will be delivered in the morning at our school. Our KS2 classes will be engaging in a range of activities throughout the day.
  • Warwickshire County Council We are hosting a Game Safe Day event, in which we discuss the safety of online gaming as well as the prevention of online grooming. The event is aimed at Year 9s from schools in Warwickshire.
  • Gresham's School Safer Internet Day will be a whole school focus for the week beginning 10th February. It will include 2 Chapel talks from our Digital Leaders, a tutor session and a whole house session.
  • St Michael’s Primary School Pupils and staff will be raising awareness of how to stay safe online. There will be an assembly and activities organised by our Digital Leaders and Senedd group running throughout the week.
  • Hillcrest International Schools We will have a workshop for parents on capacity building on e-safety. The students will have interactive lessons in their respective year groups about e-safety and finally a whole school assembly.
  • Stoke Primary Academy We are engaging the whole school in a day of fun and education following the excellent resources supplied by UK Safer Internet Centre. We will come together for a shared assembly with parents.
  • Al Furqan Primary School We will be having assemblies across the school and a series of workshops for students, parents and staff. This will be followed by a range of activities in the classroom promoting safety online.
  • Our Lady & St Patrick's Primary School Our Year 4 class will be attending a conference all about internet safety along with some other local schools. Year 1 to Year 6 will be completing activities from the Safer Internet Day website.
  • Rudyard Kipling Primary School We will have a whole school assembly on the theme of #freetobeme and then all classes will take part in activities and discussions on the importance of internet safety.