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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
  • Renfrewshire Council Children's Services Our Twitter hashtag (#RenSafeOnline) will give advice on how to protect and safeguard children online. Getsafeonline will deliver a workshop at our Child Protection Conference on online safety.
  • Buxton Community School We are delivering assemblies throughout the school to promote awareness. This is in addition to our on-going PSHE and IT curriculum which focuses on elements of internet safety throughout the year.
  • Ceredigion PRU We are holding a pupil workshop and assembly for Safer Internet Day.
  • Bloomfield Primary School We are sharing the Safer Internet Day message through assemblies and class activities.
  • Riverside School Riverside School is a SLD School. In February we have an Internet Safety Week in which we plan activities for the whole school to participate in to help us learn how to be safer on the internet.
  • techUK techUK will be supporting Safer Internet Day by championing its aims and messages to our members and stakeholders across the UK.
  • Downshall Primary School We will be taking part in a variety of class activities to promote being safer online. We will also have two whole school assemblies.
  • 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.
  • Bradley Green Primary Academy For Safer Internet Day we will have an online-safety-themed assembly and classroom-based activities.
  • Parent Zone Parent Zone will celebrate Safer Internet Day by sharing a range of expert-written resources for schools, including the Be Internet Legends curriculum, Digiworld and Gaming or Gambling.
  • Castlederg High School For Safer Internet Day this year, we will be running a whole school assembly and have lessons based on the theme.
  • Towerview Primary School We plan to hold a large assembly with a visitor from the PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland) and classroom based activities in KS2.
  • Collins In support of Safer Internet Day 2020, we are excited to provide two free lesson plans for primary school teachers on the topic of internet safety. We will share these via our social media channels.
  • Chilton Primary School Chilton will have a Safer Internet Day assembly for children & staff, workshops for parents & families & sharing of information & resources via social media.
  • Nominet Nominet and the Scouts launched a Safer Internet Day badge & free activities, available to 460,000 Scouts. The focus is improving online safety and building healthy, positive relationships with tech.
  • St Barnabas CE Primary Academy Our Year 1 class are leading a whole school assembly for children and parents on Safer Internet Day. Each class will also be spending an afternoon learning all about how to keep safe online.
  • Foundry Lane Primary School Each class is completing an Internet Safety activity, key stage assemblies will happen, leaflets have been created to send out at the end of the day and we are holding a competition for all children.
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School We are planning a day of lessons and activities based around e-safety from Nursery to Year 6.
  • Northwick Park Primary and Nursery Academy At Northwick Park we will be holding KS1 and KS2 assemblies where the whole school will showcase the posters they have created during the week. Year 6 pupils will be leading both.
  • Saint Anne's Catholic Primary School We will be holding a whole school assembly to introduce and explore the theme #FreeToBeMe. The children will reflect and learn about their online identities and keeping them safe in lessons.
  • St. Gregory's Catholic Primary School We will be holding our annual eSafety workshop for families, lead by our Digital Council, as well as enhancing our year-long eSafety teaching with class workshops to reinforce and enhance learning.
  • 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.
  • St Luke's C of E Primary School We are having an assembly presented by the Digital Leaders as well as a Safer Internet Day competition.
  • Haydon Wick Primary School We are celebrating all the great online safety work we have done throughout the year. Across the school we are creating films entitled "how to be a good digital citizen."
  • Unicef UK This Safer Internet Day, UNICEF will continue supporting young people in the movement to #ENDviolence in and around schools, including online.
  • Purbrook Park School We will be running a series of activities during our PDL session, as well as publicising Safer Internet Day on our website and social media platforms.
  • The Willows Primary School At The Willows we will be exploring the SMART way to keep ourselves safe online with a range of focussed assemblies, lessons and thought-provoking activities.
  • Royal Greenwich Trust School We will be discussing in assemblies, tutor time activities and on our opinion board. We will take opinions from our students on how they are #freetobe and how we can celebrate our differences.
  • Kingswood Community Centre (CPCT) We are raising awareness within the Kingswood Community (Southwark) by producing publicity/information for distribution/delivery of an internet safety workshop guided by police-approved resources.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Aberteifi Digital wizards will visit each class with a PowerPoint presentation about e-safety and will have a question and answer session with each class.