- Impact report
- Educational resources
- Advice for parents and carers
- All Fun and Games – Safer Internet Day 2022 research
- For young people with SEND
- Virtual Assemblies
- Advice for 11-18s
- Top Tips for under 11s
- Social media pack
- About the theme
- Quiz for 7-11s
- Quiz for 11-14s
- Quiz for 14-18s
- Supportive Quotes
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All Saints National Academy
Raising awareness in every class.
All Saints First School
We will be creating posters, and learning about how to stay safe.
Afon y Felin Primary School
We’re celebrating Safer Internet Day and this year we’re exploring respect and relationships online as this year’s theme.
Altmore Infant School
The children will be taking part in a Safer Internet Day assembly. Each class will also participate in an hour long online safety workshop.
Amble First School
Whole school assembly and activities in classes. Sharing information to parents via Facebook.
Aitkenhead Primary School
Spending the afternoon exploring some of the online resource and Quiz.
Running sessions in a school and running an esafety session for parents.
Ascot Heath Primary
We will have a whole school assembly followed by lessons in class about staying safe on the internet.
All Saints Babbacombe C of E Primary
Each class is doing their own project for Safer Internet Day.
Archbishop Temple School
We will be hosting assemblies all week run by the Online Safety Committee.