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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
  • Widewell Primary Academy All children will take part in a Safer Internet Day assembly and continue with SID lessons in class.
  • Normanby Primary School Normanby Primary School are taking part in many different activities that promote good digital citizenship and empower pupils to leave a clean digital footprint.
  • Greenbank Preparatory school We will have an assembly and in class discussion
  • St Columban's College Key Stage 3 students will take part in the live streaming video conference about e-safety. Students will also produce posters/presentations/movies reflecting the importance of online safety.
  • All Souls' Primary School All Souls' Primary School will be having an assembly as well as various activities throughout the day and week raising awareness of Internet Safety.
  • 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.
  • Bridge and Patrixbourne Church of England Primary School Our Year 6 Online Safety Crew will be running workshops across the school for Reception to Year 6. Parents will also be invited to workshops after school and in the evening to develop their knowledge.
  • Leicestershire Police We will be talking to staff and communities about cyber-bullying and harassment
  • SS Peter & Paul Catholic Primary School Designing and printing internet Safety posters
  • Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College We'll be tweeting throughout the day with tips and videos to teach our students how to stay safe online.
  • Get Safe Online Social media coverage, headline news story
  • North Wales Resilience Forum Promotion of the event via social media to public services, private organisations and the voluntary sector
  • Eastertoun Primary and Nursery School For Safer Internet Day we are raising awareness of safe internet use throughout the whole school
  • Central Devon Academy We will be discussing in classes the importance of being safe online.
  • Bishopsgate School The whole school will be having special activities to highlight the day.
  • Bartley Green School We will be raising awareness of the SID 2017 theme through lessons, assemblies and form activities for pupils and staff as well as communicating with the wider school community via the school website.
  • Elangeni School We will be celebrating Safer Internet Day as a whole school! The day will be run and organised by our Year 6 E-safety leaders with mini-workshops and an assembly.
  • Gwaunfarren Primary School Our eCadets will be leading a whole school assembly. Our eCadets will be involved in running eSafety workshops across KS2 afterwards. Parents will be invited to attend an eSafety awareness workshop.
  • Devan Group We will be running a social media campaign along with writing a blog for the day.
  • Whitehouse Common Primary School We have held an online safety poster competition have made some stickers for all children to take home and will be holding a special assembly.
  • West Derby School We are holding a design competition with Year 7 and 8 students, coming up with a slogan to promote online safety. We will also be holding assemblies with all year groups.
  • Calderwood Lodge Primary School We have carried out some workshops this session on the theme of internet safety, and hope to widen this out across the school during Safer Internet Day 2017.
  • Archbishop Temple School Archbishop Temple School will be supporting Safer Internet Day 2017 photography and video classroom activities to empower our students to create engaging images that communicate a message.
  • Symantec A Symantec team of employee volunteers will present to a number of schools in Reading about how to stay safe on line with helpful hits and tips to teachers pupils and parents .
  • Titan, North West Regional Organised Crime Unit We are working with our 6 North West Police Forces to promote the importance of internet safety in schools across the region.
  • Mediawatch-UK Mediawatch-UK will be highlighting SID 2017, through our membership and on our social media platforms, raising awareness of internet safety for children and parents.
  • Giles Brook Primary School Our Digital Leaders are in the process of creating short videos for SID2017 with the theme Be The Change: Unite for a better internet. They will show these videos at a whole school assembly.
  • Our Lady's Catholic College, Lancaster We will be holding special assemblies for all our own students & local primary schools led by our own OLCC Digital Leaders. There will be special lessons in Computing for all our KS3 classes.
  • Forres Sandle Manor School Year 1 to Year 8 have been participating in age related Safer Internet Day activities from the website.
  • Heath Mount School For Safer Internet Day we will have; assemblies, activities, discussion forums, targeted lessons, photo booths and drama sketches