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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
  • Key Training Ltd we will be promoting the importance of internet safety on all of our social media platforms to our apprentices and employers
  • Caterham High School Social Media campaign, info to parents, parents workshops, tutor time activities
  • Clare Mount Specialist Sports College Online quiz
  • Ashley Primary School Activities will be provided on school website and the children will be able to watch a SID 21 assembly through their Google Classroom.
  • St Benedict's School, Ealing We are having PSHE this week looking at the the safer internet theme with all year groups.
  • Hamilton Academy Children at Hamilton Academy will engage in various activities and have assembly for Safer Internet Day on campaign theme of reliability online.
  • Warren School We will be sharing resources via our Google classroom and sharing the assembly.
  • Dorridge Primary School We will be promoting e-safety to the community through our communications and reminding them of the Safer Schools app available to all parents.
  • Martin High School Hosting assemblies and carrying out activities in tutor time
  • The Classroom Partnership As part of safer internet day we are offering our Basic Online Safety course for schools and Parents free for the month of February.
  • St. Gregory's Catholic Primary School *Revisiting learning *Using quality texts to stimulate discussion *Remote training opportunities for staff, parents & wider community *Reviewing Acceptable Use Agreements *Electing new Digital Council
  • Clifton College Prep School Articles to parents about the focus for this year Pupils designing posters Playing Fact or Fiction in Tutor Groups Completing Quizzes Watching clips and open forum to do a Q and A
  • 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.
  • Bodsham CEP School Giving home learners access to resources from SID2021 and a recorded lesson from the esafety lead, asking children to share their e-safety tasks, creating a display in school.
  • St Wilfrid's RC Primary School, Burgess Hill. The whole school will be working on various assignments based on the theme of "An internet we trust"
  • Duncow Primary School We plan to explore the positive and negatives of internet use and educate pupils on it's dangers and safe usage.
  • Mount St. Michael's Primary School We are making pupils aware of the importance of being safe on the internet.
  • Kingsmeadow Community School Whole school virtual assemblies and resources shared via Google Classroom. We are also encouraging some non-screen time sessions.
  • High Meadow Community School A variety of activities across all year groups through remote teaching.
  • Moat Community College Safer Internet Week Assemblies Pastoral Tutor program All Computer Science/ICT lessons have a special online safety lesson Staff , parents and governors have a Online Safety presentation Displays
  • 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.
  • Adderley Primary School We will be engaging in remote assemblies and discussions. The children will create a range of work from posters to comics as well as taking part in the World Record Attempt.
  • Scout Association I am doing the Digital Citizen and Digital Maker Stage badges with my cubs.
  • Fun Learning 4 All FunLearning4All will be launching our child-safety focused platform for online activity providers, giving parents peace of mind when choosing a suitable tutor for online sessions. Backed by the PDSC.
  • Duloch Primary and Nursery School We’ll be learning how to stay safe, protect our identities and behave in a kind and respectful way to others when we are online with activities
  • Steyning Primary School whole school online appraoch.
  • Kensington Prep School At KPS we are taking part in Safer Internet Day by having an online safety assembly and by using the remote learning resources to engage our pupils with the online safety message.
  • Afon Taf High School In Afon Taf resources will be shared to Google Classroom areas so that students can read more about Safer Internet Day 2021
  • Sauncey Wood Primary We will be teaching our children about the need to stay safe online and what their role is in this.
  • Club Doncaster Club Doncaster Sports College will be offering workshops, discussions and quizzes for all of our students about the importance of internet safety.