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Safer Internet Day 2021 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 2021!

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Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

2,137
  • 1,728
    School/college
  • 118
    Charity/youth
  • 103
    Business
  • 42
    Government
  • 17
    Police
  • 129
    Other
  • Evelina Hospital School Remote teaching
  • Rowley Hall Primary School We will be holding Safer Internet Day assemblies, whether face-to-face or virtually, and using the resources to deliver focussed lessons throughout the day.
  • EU Kids Online Are the risks to children online changing? In collaboration with practitioners and researchers in Europe, we are releasing a new classification of the 4Cs of online risk to children.
  • Lea Forest Primary Academy We'll be providing virtual sessions and challenges that support our community, families and staff with safe internet usage.
  • Meldrum School We are having a whole school day focus on Internet Safety. Using our google classroom remote learning platform all classes will complete activities around internet safety. Whole school assembly.
  • Parkfield Primary School We will be providing a lesson for each year group focusing on how we can identify real information online. We will be launching this with the Safer Internet virtual assembly.
  • Rushden Primary Academy We’ll hold an online assembly for all pupils. We’ll also spend the afternoon looking at online safety with the children and we will complete a range of activities that will help them understand theme.
  • Crawley Town Community Foundation For Safer Internet Day, we will be raising awareness through our platforms in order to make sure young people, parents and teachers are aware of the dangers of being online
  • BT BT are long term supporters of UK Safer Internet Day. For the 6th year running we are supporting the Safer Internet Day launch event, hosting this year’s virtual event from our very own BT Tower.
  • Firpark Secondary School Some pupils will experience and understand a range of information via presentations, videos and infographics together with interactive board tasks.
  • Church Walk CE Primary School Watching the BBC live lesson Encouraging pupils to design and share posters and to look at this website
  • Sheffield Wednesday FC We will be promoting and sharing information about Internet Safety with our Community Education Students and Academy Players and Parents.
  • St John's Infant and Junior School We are using our home learning platform to set activities around being safe when using the internet.
  • Upton Hall School FCJ We will celebrate Safer Internet Day with a special newsletter which will be sent to all pupils, parents and staff. Pupils will also take part in an internet safety quiz.
  • The Victory Academy We will have assembled across our academy delivering knowledge to our students on how they can be safer online and ways in which they can then join in to support there peers
  • North West Community Campus Sharing information and learning regarding Safer Use of the internet.
  • Banister Primary School We will use Safer Internet Day remote resources, encouraging as many as possible in our school community to join the world record attempt and a focus week when all back in school together!
  • St Joan of Arc Primary School Our Digital Leaders are promoting online safety across our community as we all learn remotely. Pupils will be learning and reinforcing their online safety skills using resources e.g. Think U Know.
  • Clevedon School Supporting the whole school community to be safe online.
  • Rift House Primary School Children and Parents are being encouraged to participate in a range of activites including making a pledge, watching a live assembly, completing a online safety plan and so much more whilst we're home
  • St. Mary's Grammar School St. Mary's Grammar School will mark Safer Internet Day by sharing resources with our students via our online platforms.
  • Madani Schools Federation Looking at apps and controls, and giving advice on sharing information online and more.
  • Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School During our live meet and greets the theme will be discussed and resources will be uploaded to Google Classroom for the children to access. We will also provide parents with a information booklets.
  • Lyng Primary School We are posting the live lesson and resources to our online platform.
  • St John The Baptist School We will all be taking part in the quiz in our classes or using remote learning classrooms - we are also researching and sharing tips we find about what we can do to stay safe online!
  • test We will be testing students with a questionnaire on the theme
  • The Greville Primary School We will be having lessons delivered remotely to the children at home. We are launching the use of the BBC Own It App to parents and children.
  • High Oakham Primary School HOPS is taking part in focused teaching & learning about online behaviour and safety across the whole community through the launch of National Online Safety - we all have a part to play.
  • Flakefleet Primary School We will be doing activities based on this year's theme.
  • Westfield Junior School -SMART with a heart competition. - Whole school initiative- lessons and activities.