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Supporters

Activities took place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2015, with support from over 800 organisations and a range of celebrities!

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

865
  • 513
    School/college
  • 82
    Charity/youth
  • 132
    Business
  • 36
    Government
  • 19
    Police
  • 82
    Other
  • Get Safe Online We will be using our widely-read and respected online channels (website & social media) to promote the day beforehand and on the day, and point people to SID activity.
  • Digital-Trust We will be supporting Safer Internet Day by promoting it on our website and issuing more advice for victims of digital abuse.
  • Tickhill St Mary's CofE Primary and Nursery School We will be introducing our Safer Internet Week with an inspiring workshop! This will be followed by activities chosen and tailored for each year group to proactively take part in.
  • Tinder Foundation Tinder Foundation manages the 5,000-strong UK online centres network and we'll be celebrating SID by encouraging the network to highlight the importance of web safety to internet beginners.
  • PhonepayPlus We will promote #SID2015 on our social media and website plus also running our annual PhoneBrain video competition in partnership with Childnet reaching out to children and parents across the UK.
  • Rice Lane Junior School We are having the afternoon dedicated to SID and will be thinking about how each of us have a responsibility in helping make the internet a better place. Each of us will be making a SID promise!
  • The Tigers Our support for The Safer Internet Day will be advertised on our Big Screen at the match on 31st January. We will also use your logo on our website with a link to your website on 10th February.
  • Oakwood Primary Academy Year groups will be undertaking a lesson about using the internet safely
  • Langley Green Primary School We will be doing a range of activities from the resources pack and having a special assembly. The children will also be using QR codes and tablets to take part in an E-safety treasure hunt.
  • The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Programme This year we are co-producing Safer Internet Day TV with the UK Safer Internet Centre. We will be creating resources for the staff and young people we work with and encouraging them to get involved!
  • Internet Matters We will create a dedicated page to support SID 2015 and launch new age guide videos. Working with BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin we will ensure the SID message reaches as many people as possible.
  • Fordley Primary Learning about safer searching, e safety and keeping personal details private.
  • Connect Lockleaze We will be hosting workshops in February and March for parents at local schools and children's centres, about how to keep their children safe when using the internet.
  • Manchester United Education sessions with N540; parents and staff - booklets on safely using social media for players & participants - promoting SID on social media - roll out of the social media policy
  • Bradon Forest School Y7 & Y8 Lessons will cover issues surrounding the use of the Internet and how we can make the Internet a better place and students in all year groups will be having assemblies focusing on e-safety.
  • Hornsea School and Language College Creating presentations about e-safety with year 10 and studying digital footprints with year 11.
  • homeDNAdirect At homeDNAdirect we will encourage our customers to use Internet safely. We will spread the word through our social media pages as well as put a note about SID 2015 in our email signatures.
  • Tufnell Park School We are running assemblies, workshops and inviting parents into school to promote esafety messages throughout the week.
  • Montgomery Junior School We will be running activities throughout the day to help our pupils stay safe on the internet.
  • The Canterbury Centre We are having a full e-safety day with an assembly in the morning and a variety of e-safety activities throughout the day. We will also be giving out updated information packs to parents and pupils.
  • Kinlet C of E Primary School We will revisit our powerpoint created for parents and for last years internet safety day and remind parents that it can be viewed on our website. Computing lessons will focus on e-safety.
  • Booker Avenue Junior School First there will be a whole school assembly. Each class will discuss using technology safely and how to make the internet a better place. After school we will hold 2 parent sessions.
  • The Victory Primary School We will be taking part in a shared online assembly for Safer Internet Day, joining with other United Learning primary schools to share ideas, smiles and pledges.
  • Bloxx We will be offering top tips on Internet Safety through our Social Media channels, giving our followers access to free White Papers and sharing the results of our latest Social Media and BYOD survey!
  • Calow Primary School All pupils will be participating. Staff have planned activities to help pupils understand how to stay safe on the internet. This will link with our work with NSPPCC and their 'Share Aware ' campaign.
  • Timbertree Academy We will be taking part in a shared online assembly for Safer Internet Day, joining with other United Learning primary schools to share ideas, smiles and pledges.
  • British Council We'll be promoting all our content related to online safety on our homepage and encouraging discussion of online safety via our social media channels.
  • The Federation of St. Elphege's and Regina Coeli Catholic Schools We will be supporting Safer Internet Day through e-Safety assemblies, lessons and activities for children. We will also be running e-Safety workshops for parents.
  • The Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals We will promote Safer Internet Day to our members and encourage them, and their employers, to get involved.
  • Ryecroft C.E. (C) Middle School Leading up to Safer Internet Day we will be having a number of assemblies to highlight the benefits and risks of the Internet. Cyberbullying will be a feature of our work this year.