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Supporters

Over a thousand organisations right across the UK played their part for a better internet on Safer Internet Day 2016.   

Thank you to everyone who has helped to make Safer Internet Day 2016 the biggest one yet! 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,140
  • 757
    School/college
  • 86
    Charity/youth
  • 112
    Business
  • 42
    Government
  • 25
    Police
  • 117
    Other
  • Platinum Squared We will be helping students in Shefford, Bedfordshire learn about staying safe and secure online.
  • Hawley Place School We will be celebrating with a Hawley Place SuperHero Mascot: For a Safer Internet Design Competition, the winning Mascot being made into a 'Real Life Caricature' to be used on our school literature.
  • CILIP We will be promoting SID to our members and followers, and asking them to raise awareness in their workplaces, including school libraries, public libraries and across the information sector.
  • Our Lady of Sion School Awareness of where we can all play our part in making the Internet a better place by using social media, school tutorials, messages and poster competitions to share tips for both adults and students.
  • Calverley Parkside Primary School We will be marking Safer Internet Day 2016 with learning activities based on the provided resources and extending them to create a whole week of supporting children to use the digital world safely.
  • All-Wales School Liaison Core Programme School Community Police Officers from the All-Wales School Liaison Core Programme will be delivering internet safety lessons to children in schools across Wales to support Safer Internet Day.
  • Clifton College Preparatory School The Preparatory School will be holding assemblies for all children to highlight this important issue. Pupils will also be undertaking age appropriate e-safety activities through the week.
  • Oxbridge Lane Primary School We are holding a Safer Internet Week which will target all the children from Reception through to Year 6. We are inviting parents to learn alongside their children all about how to stay safe online.
  • Freshwaters Primary Academy We are going to spread the message of e-safety to all our pupils and parents. Our pupils will inform and educate the whole school community on how to stay safe on the Internet.
  • Sugar Hill Primary School All children in the school will be completing a 'Share a Heart' with a pledge to stay safe on the internet and sharing them in an assembly.
  • Holy Trinity CoE Primary School The whole school will be participating in SID activities all day on 9th February.
  • tootoot We have 80,000 students being introduced to tootoot by their schools across the country so they can make a noise about Safer Internet Day.
  • City of Edinburgh Council We are running a competition for Primary children to enter in either one of three catergories. We are also running a Street Art Competition for young people - all on SID 2016.
  • Birchfields Primary School In school, we will be carrying out various activities related to Safer Internet Day from Foundation Stage to Year 6, as well as a school assembly and parent drop in session about online safety.
  • e-Learning Foundation A great initiative and one we are very happy to support by promoting the day on our website and through our other channels.
  • The Priory City of Lincoln Academy The Priory City of Lincoln Academy will support Safer Internet Day through assemblies and activities to encourage safe use of the internet, as well as developing our new Childnet Digital Leaders team.
  • Calcot Services for Children For Safer Internet Day 2016 each of our homes are putting together an awareness poster and we will have an external speaker visit our young people to facilitate some group work on safer internet use.
  • Plasmarl Primary School We will be sharing the Safer Internet Day message with the school through assemblies, lessons and by joining the SID Thunderclap. We will be tweeting our events and using the website to spread the message.
  • Blackwood School To support Safer Internet Day, our team of Digital leaders will help carry out an assembly and use of e-safety board.
  • St. Mary's CE Primary School, Putney This will be our 3rd Safer Internet Day. We will be enjoying: an e-Safety assembly, activities that aim to promote respect and kindness online, and a special e-Safety magic show.
  • Orbit Group Ltd We're supporting SID2016 by encouraging our staff members to #shareaheart and raising awareness of online safety advice across our organisation and in communities we work with.
  • Stone Bay School In support of SID we are holding a week of Online safety and wellbeing, focussing on how accessible connected devices allow us to interact, communicate and explore the world.
  • Bartley Green School Assemblies to raise awareness (all years, 7-11).Briefing session for staff. KS3 lessons (all Year 7-9 pupils). Information about activities linked to event shared via Twitter. School display board.
  • Teversham CofE Primary School We will be having a whole school focus which will include use of our learning platform, carefully planned, age-appropriate lessons, assemblies and information for parents.
  • Towngate Primary School We are looking to work across the whole school in raising awareness in the pupils for them to then teach their Parents.
  • St Boniface RC Primary School At St Boniface we will be incorporating SID into an E-Safety Week. We will be having daily activities for children and information sessions for parents/carers.
  • 2 Boards & A Passion Theatre Company We are touring "Click!", our production for primary schools, which focuses on cyberbullying and internet safety. So far this Feb we are performing at schools in Manchester, Stoke on Trent and Walsall.
  • Ernehale Juniors We will be holding parent open lessons and assemblies. We also be having a celebration of work done in school as part of our news and media lessons.
  • Hampshire FA We will promote Safer Internet Day through various media channels including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, via our website and in our e-magazine which reaches over 300+ youth football clubs.
  • Stuart Hyde Associates Ltd I am supporting Safer Internet Day by providing helpo and advice to teachers and staff at a school so that they can maximise the benefits for their pupils. I hope other companies join in and do something to help provide a focus for keeping the internet safe.