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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

192
  • 145
    School/college
  • 14
    Charity/youth
  • 19
    Business
  • 4
    Government
  • 1
    Police
  • 9
    Other
  • CAMPION SCHOOL We invite guest speakers, we make posters and the children participate in assemblies.
  • Power of Zero We will send a Safer Internet Day newsletter to all our supporters around the world encouraging them to teach young children the Online Detective series of lessons.
  • St Cyres School Assemblies, PSE activities and promoting with parents/carers.
  • Brunton First School At Brunton we are celebrating Safer Internet Day by learning about reliability in the online world. We will be reflecting upon our class E-safety promises that we made at the start of the year.
  • Kings Worthy Primary School KS1 and KS2 will be using resources from SID pack to focus on e-safety. We'll have a whole school assembly either in person if we're allowed by then or pre-recorded focusing on the e-safety message
  • MovieStarPlanet The MovieStarPlanet team are once again busy creating in-game content and themes to celebrate SID 2020. This is a special day for MSP where we involve our users in the creation of positive UGC.
  • St Kevin's primary School, Belfast. Pupils will participate in a Safer Internet Day poster competition, promoting 'Together for a Better Internet'. KS2 pupils will participate in a Live Assembly and take an Online Safety Pledge.
  • tinsleyNET IT Support Services We'll be posting hints and tips throughout the day on our social media, to support individuals, charities and organisations in identifying scams and practicing safer internet.
  • Pool Academy We will be holding virtual e-safety sessions for students and parents including how to guides released through the week on our social media channels
  • Hill Top School We will be holding an assembly to remind students about Internet Safety. We will also try some Kahoot Quizzes on Internet Safety, which can help students to pass units towards OCR ITQ Level 1.
  • Warwickshire ICT Development Service Warwickshire ICT Development Service will support SID2021 by running an annual competition for key stage 1 and 2 pupils across the county. The competition will support the SID theme
  • Harbour Primary And Nursery School The 12 trained Childnet digital leaders will lead 1/2 hour sessions in key stage 1 and 2. They will also lead a key stage 2 assembly and a parent internet safety session after school.
  • Milton Park Primary School We will be online safety activities in school with the children and we will be holding a whole school assembly too.
  • Lumley Infant and Nursery School Our aims for Safer Internet Day is to educate and inspire pupils to use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.
  • Dafen primary school On Safer Internet Day each class will carry out tasks to demonstrate internet safety.
  • The White Horse Federation Across our Multi Academy Trust in the South West of England, we will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a wide range of Online Safety activities with all of our stakeholders.
  • Lady Eleanor Holles Junior School We will have assemblies based on Safer Internet Day theme and our computing lessons and some displays will be using the safer internet day material.
  • Brentwood Area Neighbourhood Watch We will be posting info/advice to Facebook and Twitter and if Covid allows by then we will distribute same at Community Engagements
  • YoungMinds We will be sharing content on our social media channels and raising awareness of the day with our audiences.
  • St Matthews C of E Primary School We will be teaching about the day and holding a workshop.
  • St Peter's CE Junior School We have a whole school worship about safer internet use and we follow this up with activities in the classroom.
  • Greek School of Manchester Our Nursery class will prepare some collage pictures, our A1 class will design a poster, our A2 class will write a short story and our GCSE class will put together some information about their peers!!
  • Parenting across Scotland We will be highlighting resources that we have on our website and sharing information on our digital platforms about what help is avaiable for parents and carers.
  • Home Instead Market Harborough, Corby & Rutland Host a virtual Safer Internet Event and a local Radio broadcast.
  • Robert Gordon's College Safer Internet Day is the highlight of our College's week long Safer Internet Week event. There are competitions, specialist assemblies, eSafety training, debates and more.
  • Norwich School Assemblies, tutorial content, thought provoking posters, competition, parent's portal information & digital signage.
  • Phoenix Primary School We are holding an Safer Internet Week, with all of our lessons linked to online safety. Raising awareness of self image, online reputation, and especially health and wellbeing.
  • John Wheeldon Primary Academy Whole school safer internet day activities and assemblies
  • Uppingham School Can you separate fact from fiction? Deepfake from the real thing? A series of activities and thought-provoking examples to help us question more of what see online.
  • 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.