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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

1,645
  • 1,177
    School/college
  • 119
    Charity/youth
  • 158
    Business
  • 57
    Government
  • 31
    Police
  • 103
    Other
  • Cregagh Primary School We will be carrying out a range of activities from Foundation to upper Key Stage Two which highlights the importance to all our pupils of staying safe while being online!
  • St. Mary's CE Primary School Putney We will kick start SID 2017 with a school assembly, followed by each class watching The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew, exploring the power of images and creating their own emojis.
  • Manor All children will have a special assembly and Safer Internet Day activities in class. The Manor Digital Leaders will be producing posters for classes to display around their computers.
  • The Pines Special School We will have a special assembly to talk about Safer Internet Day. Parents will be invited to a workshop and the whole school will focus on safer use of the internet for the week.
  • Anomaly Interactive Ltd Anomaly are playing SID videos on Anomaly screens in schools & encouraging them to use Anomaly Film kit to create their own e-safety videos
  • Southampton Local Safeguarding Boards We will be sharing information and raising awareness through our multiagency partnerships and facilitating an Online Safety workshop delivered by young people for frontline professionals.
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School The whole school is taking part in age appropriate activities. Children will be making posters, acting and sharing role plays, watching safer internet videos and creating leaflets.
  • Impero Impero is supporting Safer Internet Day this year by promoting SID2017 across our website and social media platforms, and by sharing handy tips and resources!
  • Moderation Gateway Moderation Gateway and its students will spread the message of Safer Internet Day via it's social media channels and website.
  • Balgowan Primary School Pupils in the Juniors will be organising special whole school assemblies so that everyone is aware of the potential dangers associated with the internet and how to use it safely.
  • Tiverton High school Caption competition, promote SID17 on school weekly video, links to all students on school email, display posters.
  • Girlguiding We'll be supporting the Power of Image theme by sharing resources and stories our members can use to discuss how images are used in the media and the effect on girls' body confidence.
  • Flushing C of E Primary School We will be supporting safer internet day with school assemblies and classroom activities.
  • Robin Hood Primary School At Robin Hood Primary School, we will spend the day learning about being safe on the internet. It ranges from e-safety stories in foundation to Year 6's learning how to be responsible with technology.
  • Cherhill CofE (VA) Primary School We are holding a whole school assembly, followed by a day of online safety sessions planned across the school from FS2 - Y6
  • Rosemellin Community Primary School The day will start with an assembly. There will then be activities running all day and into the rest of the week. There will be an online safety training morning for parents the week before.
  • Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust Our anti-cyberbullying project, Cyberscene is promoting safe use of digital technologies by delivering a SID performance with colleges & raising awareness with digital games on twitter
  • 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.
  • Lancashire Adult Learning We are offering two free modules on LAL's Moodle site on cyberbullying and staying safe on mobile phones and while gaming.
  • Hill of Banchory School Create an i-movie , promoting internet safety and share across the school community. Run a poster design competition and learn about the importance of internet safety.
  • Norfolk County Council Trading Standards We will be supporting Safer Internet Day via our social media channels
  • St. Andrew's Primary School Newport We are following the Welsh dcf and looking at a range of esafety issues form each year group stand which covers email to personal details to safe passwords.
  • The John Fisher School We will be celebrating SID by raising the awareness of e-safety through student led lunchtime activities, assemblies, PSHE and computing lessons.
  • CMCNET Our student digital leaders will man help desks and offer advice and leaflets on being safe. We will promote the day to all students through tutorial including a PowerPoint on student digital profiles.
  • The Scottish Government We will promote SID through social media and work with partners to identify activities to support SID in Scotland.
  • Grove Academy Over the course of the week third year pupils are working to create guides to keeping safe online to be shared with all first and second year pupils to raise the importance of keeping safe online.
  • St Teresa's School, Princes Risborough For Safer Internet Day we will have a school assembly
  • Statham Primary School Having an E Safety Week with an assembly, presentation and competitions.
  • Pentland Field School We will have a whole school assembly and during the day the pupils will complete activities on Safer Internet Day.
  • Holy Cross Girls' Primary School We will be doing workshops with pupils and showing videos concerning the importance of staying safe on life. We will also be sending information home to parents.