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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
  • Mortimer Primary School We are teaching bespoke lessons in school, taking part in online quizzes and delivering internet safety lessons to our children learning at home.
  • Holywell Primary School As a school we'll do activities from your page.
  • Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form We are celebrating Safer Internet Day by promoting internet safety best practices to the SNS community through assemblies for our students and forums for our parents/carers.
  • Sydenham High Junior School On Safer Internet Day 2021 everyone from Reception to Year 6, teachers and staff will explore reliability online in assembly and special lessons. Together for a better internet!
  • Whytrig Community Middle School Promoting safer internet day in weekly online assembly and social media streams. Safer internet will also be focus in weekly calls made to parents/children working at home.
  • Gomersal St. Mary's CE(C) Primary School We will use the lesson plans provided.
  • Gaelscoil Éadain Mhóir Sharing information with primary school children and their parents on how to stay safe online.
  • Chapel End Infant School and Early Years Centre Promoting on social media. Planning activities for all year groups (remotely and in school) and holding a remote assembly.
  • Plaistow Primary School This year, we will be encouraging our Plaistow Community to use and engage with resources which will help them understand the reliability of information online.
  • Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Lon Las Our pupils will be taking part in various activities such as virtual assemblies, quizzes, games and mini projects.
  • North Lakes School We will be holding an special Online Safety Assembly via our Home Learning on Frog. Our Home Learning sessions will focus on online safety and we will explore our own safe Home Learning Links site
  • Bentley Heath Church of England Primary School We are preparing a virtual assembly to go to all members of the school community and will be spending the day completing activities related to staying safe online.
  • St. Mary's CE Primary School We will be covering activities in school and at home to ensure our pupils are keeping themselves safe online.
  • Out of the Classroom Working with students online
  • Manchester Adult Education Service We are developing our learners' awareness of unreliable online content, particularly around COVID-19, and promoting sources of clear, accessible information. Knowledge is power.
  • The Green Way Academy In school each class will be doing work based on Internet Safety. We will also be holding a competition for the children to design new Internet Safety Posters for the school.
  • Alsager Highfields community primary school We are sharing our ideas for how to stay safe online, we are watching videos, using resources and sharing ideas. Our children are going to teach their grown ups how to stay safe online too!
  • The Manor C of E Primary School We will be completing activities based around different parts of online safety, based on Education for A Connected World. We'll be sharing our learning with our wider school community.
  • The Gateway Primary Academy We are sharing the assemblies on Google Classroom for the children at home and taking part in a competition with other local schools to design a Safer Internet Day guide.
  • Burton Albion Community Trust We will be delivering internal workshops and also sharing content via social media and across our programmes to support Safer Internet Day
  • William Martin Junior School We will be holding daily lessons themed around safer use of the internet, holding a poster competition and promoting the use of the CEOP button for reporting abuse online.
  • Gwaunmeisgyn Primary School Distance learning activities via Google Classroom and Seesaw
  • Craigellachie Primary School Sharing the importance of Safer Internet Day with all children through an assembly and signposting parents to the UK Safer Internet Centre resources to support learning at home.
  • Bure Valley School We will be proud to support Safer Internet Day by giving our community the skills and tools to be able to work together for a better internet.
  • Escape Youth Services Providing excellent resources to our members to provide them with support and knowledge on how to be safer on the internet. We have a zoom sessions planned this month for parents for awareness!
  • Lansbury Lawrence Primary School - Whole school discussions around Online Safety - Activities for children to complete with their parents - Offline activities to promote digital wellbeing
  • Maltby Manor Academy KS1 competition to design a poster based on the 2021 SID theme. KS2 to design a rhyme, rap or poem based on the 2021 SID theme. All teachers to conduct a SID live lesson.
  • Crookhey Hall Special School Doing assemblies to create awareness of online safety. ICT will be tackling E safety during the whole week.
  • FutureQuals We are widely promoting Safe Internet Day amongst our staff, centres and learners as well as promoting across our social media channels.
  • The Marist We will be doing an assembly on Fact and Fiction on the internet and as a school exploring how we can establish the reliability of what we see and read on the internet.