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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
  • Blossomfield Infant School This year an E-safety committee of children has been set up in school who will lead activities in their classrooms alongside their teachers about 'Making a better internet together!'
  • Parkwood Schools Federation We are supporting Safer Internet Day by taking part in various creative e-safety activities across the school from Foundation Stage to Year 6. We will also be running assemblies and a parent workshop.
  • Finham Park School We will be having a "whole school" Safer Internet Day lesson as our first lesson of the day, with every child in every mentor group taking part.
  • SAFE cic We will be working with partners, updating and eMailing out links to our free eSafety web resource www.ezsafe.co.uk which includes video interviews with experts & signposts to sources of further help.
  • University of Oxford I will present a staff training session called 'do: Nothing (and your staff and reputation could be at risk on social media)', live streamed, slides and handout online too.
  • Rowley Hall Primary School We are holding launch assemblies with KS1 & KS2, followed by a variety of class based & IT activities during the day.
  • Furness College We will be supporting our learners' awareness of internet safety through a week of lunchtime activities including interactive quizzes, advice sessions, online material and presentations.
  • Our Lady of Compassion Catholic Primary School All of our classes are joining activities. We are reaching out to parents to encourage them to talk to their children about the use of the internet, the sites they visit and how to stay safe.
  • Wish Team We will be hosting a campaign on our outreach provision to raise young people awareness on safer internet use, using interactive games and activities.
  • Robin Hood Primary The Digital Ambassadors group of children will be presenting an assembly to the whole school and parents
  • The Canterbury Academy We are hosting Kent Police 'Is it worth it?' roadshows for all houses. We are also screening Cyberbully to years 10 & 11 as well as using mentoring time for all years to focus on Internet safety.
  • Heathlands Primary School The whole school community will be completing Safer Internet activities.
  • Weatherhead High School Promoting the safe & positive use of the internet through PSHCE lessons, form time quizzes, poster competition & assemblies. For parents we’re hosting an information evening & daily drop-in sessions.
  • Tameside College Promoting wider awareness of using the internet safely and empowering students to take simple precautions to protect their online presence.
  • St Mary's RC Primary School A school assembly will take place raising the profile of e-safety across the school and in class activities are planned to give children the knowledge to help be good digital citizens.
  • 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.
  • The Marist Preparatory School The Marist Preparatory School, Ascot, will be celebrating Safer Internet Day by taking part in a variety of e-safety workshops and activities, from Pre-Nursery through to Year 6.
  • John Ray Junior School We have assemblies taking place throughout the week and have invited children to apply to be e-safety champions who will promote internet safety. A parent information meeting has also been arranged.
  • Welsh Government / Llywodraeth Cymru Bydd Llywodraeth Cymru yn cynnal cyfres o ddigwyddiadau ledled Cymru i gefnogi Safer Internet Day. The Welsh Government will be holding a series of events across Wales to support Safer Internet Day.
  • Newdigate Primary Safer Internet Assembly Survey out to Year 5 and 4 parents and children Focus in Computing lessons for that week Powerpoint in Reception area made by Year 6 on ESafety for parents
  • Nova Training Our learner’s completed a safer internet quiz. All Learners then made a pledge to “let’s create a better internet together”. The learners also took part in a group discussion on internet safety.
  • Swim Ireland Website postings highlighting safer internet use and signposting where to get support and information for young people and our clubs.
  • Oakwood Primary School Oakwood will be taking part in activities to celebrate Safer Internet Day. Children and adults will talk about keeping themselves and others safe online whether on the computer, tablet or Smart Phone.
  • The Football Association The Football Association supports SID 2015 and will be promoting The FA’s best practice guidance on the use of social media within youth football
  • Bush Hill Park Primary School Workshops and assemblies.
  • Samaritans Over 64,500 people heard about Safer Internet Day due to our social media. We asked people to share a smiley face icon on Twitter, while on Facebook, we urged people to do something kind.
  • e4education e4education are committed to promoting a safer internet for all. We have been sending out emails to over 1200 schools we work with to encourage them to make the most of the free resources available.
  • Northumberland College Our main TV in the central foyar of the Ashington Campus will be streaming the SIDTV channel all day. Booklets will be available to read, and members of the ICT support team are available to chat to.
  • 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.
  • Surbiton High 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.