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Supporters

Activities took place right across the UK for Safer Internet Day 2017 to promote the safe and positive use of technology. 

This is a list of organisations who have registered to share what they are doing in support of Safer Internet Day. 

 

Total Safer Internet Day Supporters

1,516
  • 1,099
    School/college
  • 107
    Charity/youth
  • 138
    Business
  • 52
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 89
    Other
  • Radcliffe on Trent Junior School Assembly and all classes doing the 2017 Safer Internet Day lesson
  • Spires IPS Magherafelt We are having a whole school assembly on Safer Internet Day. Each class will complete a homework highlighting the importance of internet safety.
  • CPFC Foundation Social media updates and a change of cover photo, profile picture on both Facebook and Twitter.
  • Banchory Primary School We will help 'Be the change: Unite for a better internet' through planned multi-agency sharing sessions and a campaign.
  • Four Oaks Primary School We have held an Online Safety Poster competition with winners announced during #SID2017. We will be having an assembly and discussing how to stay safe online.
  • Holyoakes Field First School Each class is going to be working through the Information on the site as well as watching the video clip.
  • Everybody Plays We will be sharing a Parent's Guide to Games, with how-tos for setting up parental controls, and parent's guides for individual games.
  • Appleby Grammar School We will have Lessons in Life Skills and Assemblies
  • Culcheth High School We are celebrating Safer Internet Day 2017 by students doing Tutor time activities to raise awareness, having assemblies on ESafety all week and producing lots of information on digital signage.
  • Eduvault Eduvault are publishing advice to help schools ensure they providing the best safeguarding support to students and parents taking into account the latest changes in technology.
  • AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust facilitating a 'Connect With Care' internet safety session at Moordown St John's primary school. Player appearance planned and filmed by Sky Sports news.
  • Castleway Primary School In class activities supporting e-safety curriculum and children's health and wellbeing week.
  • Zinc Zinc will be supporting Safer Internet Day through art and education, holding a full day workshop that involves informational videos, role-playing, quizzes, photography, social media interaction and more!
  • Charles Warren Academy Launching E-cadets and having an E-Safety Assembly for the whole school.
  • Wroxton Primary School On SID we will be reviewing the importance of e-safety and producing collaborative pieces of work.
  • Activate Learning Local media campaign filming own version of "can I be your friend?", Launch of VLe course including e-safety, cyber-bullying, radicalisation, grooming and sexting. Group Talks, Guest Speakers, Online Resources, Bespoke E-learning course.
  • Sevin Cyber Security Limited Supporting parents and children in schools across the region by providing our knowledge and expertise to help families stay safe online. Raising awareness of the SID2017 message on social media.
  • Baldragon Academy During the week commencing 6th February 2017 we will be promoting online safety with as many young people, parents, carers staff and friends of the school as we can.
  • Yew Tree Community Primary School We will be celebrating UK Safer Internet Day with a variety of activities across our KS1 and 2 classes, selected by members of the school Council and our parents- including a quiz for our parents.
  • Hartland Primary School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with many educational activities during assemblies, whole class and group sessions. Raising awareness on how to stay safe whilst online.
  • Bridgewater High School We will be; providing special assemblies on safe internet usage, running PSHE sessions investigating issues in more detail and setting up games/activities e.g. facts hidden around school.
  • Bishopstrow College Looking to promote e-safety more and make students aware of the dangers.
  • Notts County Football Club Notts County Football Club are really pleased to be involved in Safer Internet Day 2017. We will be raising awareness via our social media channels and official website, and promote the day in our matchday programme.
  • Bilborough College We are encouraging students to check their privacy settings. We have a display and information leaflets and use social media. Our IT team will assist students with their settings if needed.
  • Shears Green Junior School We are planning on using some of the Safer Internet Day resources to have a whole school focus to celebrate the day.
  • Jericho Primary School Our school dedicates a full day of teaching centered around internet safety issues. We love Safer Internet Day!
  • The Royal Kent CofE Primary School An assembly, activities in each class during the day and sharing of information with parents.
  • Nottingham Girls High School We will use the resources available and will be covering Safer Internet Day in PSHE lessons
  • St Osmund's Catholic Primary School We will have assemblies, class lessons and a competition
  • George Fentham Endowed School We will be celebrating 'Safer Internet Day' with a whole school assembly, followed by activities, competitions & research in each class from Nursery to Year 6! BE SAFE!