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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
  • Kensington Avenue Primary School We will be focusing on safer internet use in our Computing lessons. We will be holding workshops for parents and the Digital Leaders will be running assemblies for all children throughout the school.
  • Co-op Academy Beckfield We will be learning about making good choices online and building a positive view of ourselves when using the internet.
  • Kirkhill Primary School We will be participating in a range of activities throughout the school in relation to Safer Internet Day and the use of technology with our Digital Leaders at the forefront.
  • Hendredenny Park Primary As a school every class will have a 'Safer Internet week'. All classes from Nursery to year 6 will focus on activities based on keeping our children safe on the internet.
  • The Federation of Abbey Infant & Junior School We'll be carrying out whole school and class based assemblies, showing a range of videos to help alert the community and publishing a special edition of the 'Abbey Lens' newsletter.
  • Tyssen Community school We are having a whole school assembly and children are designing their own internet safety posters for a school display.
  • St. Teresa’s PS, Loughmacrory We’re having a whole-school assembly highlighting Internet Safety. Our digital leaders are holding mini workshops for all our classes every morning this week. We are having a poster competition P1-P7!
  • Malmesbury C of E Primary School Each class will be taught 40 minute lessons on e-safety using the Safer Internet Day resources.
  • Herts for Learning Raising awareness of the day and encouraging schools to use the Safer Internet Day resources via our Online Safety newsletters and social media.
  • Lasswade Primary School We are running workshops using the Safer Internet Day resources as well as hosting the Police who are running pupil workshops for our upper 3 years and the NSPCC who are running a parent workshop.
  • The Bishops' C of E Learning Academy Our pupil Digital Leaders have planned a range of activities and an assembly for the whole school to take part in.
  • Westbury House School Class teachers will be going through some resources, we will have an assembly led by Year 5 and posters will be put up around the school.
  • ZooHost We will be promoting Safer Internet Day by championing its messages through our media platforms. We will also be visiting local schools to encourage young people to use the internet in positive ways.
  • West Town Lane Academy We will be hosting a whole school assembly about being safe online, as well as a myriad of workshops (from an external company) and activities about online activity throughout the day.
  • Martins Wood Primary School We will be having special assemblies, computing and PSHCE lessons this week, all based on e-safety as well as signposting information for parents via our website and app.
  • Rochdale Islamic Academy We will have a full school assembly including form time activities and lesson activities using Safer Internet Day resources.
  • Coppice Primary School Coppice Primary School will be holding class assemblies on Safer Internet Day. During the week, classes will have an opportunity to complete an activity around keeping safe on the internet.
  • 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.
  • Cedar IPS We will have a whole school focus on Safer Internet Day including sharing information with parents.
  • Kings Worthy Primary School Our Cyber Ambassadors are leading a whole-school assembly. They'll be sharing how to stay safe on the internet using the Hampshire Police Cyber Safety 'Go Fish' Monsters and the 'SMART' rules.
  • Bow, Durham School We are planning a variety of different activities, complementing our existing Computing curriculum, to highlight staying safe and being inclusive online.
  • London CLC We will promote SID 2020 to our school community and other partners via our conferences, newsletter, blog & tweets. We will particularly encourage teachers to make use of the great free resources.
  • 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's Bishop Eton Primary School For Safer Internet Day we will be discussing our online presence and how we keep ourselves safe online.
  • Snap We will be raising awareness of Safer Internet Day with a range of Snapchat filters, as well as a Snappable game designed to educate our users about staying safe online.
  • Coxheath Primary School We will be spending time using the Safer Internet Day 2020 resources and exploring how these are relevant to children in their online lives today.
  • Eden Park High School We will have assemblies and contextualised teacher-led sessions using the resources provided by the UK Safer Internet Centre.
  • Bolton College Learning Resource Centres Bolton College LRCs are creating displays and sharing SID news through their social media outlets. Our students and staff will be able to pick up leaflets and chat to LRC staff for advice.
  • St. Francis' Children's Society The internet is an amazing resource, but it can pose particular risks for adopted children and their families. We will be sharing films, advice and resources for keeping adopted children safe online.
  • Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust For Safer Internet Day, WWSET are spreading the word about positive use of the internet.