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Latest News Article: Safer Internet Day 2015 - 10th February

Safer Internet Day is fast approaching, make a note in your diary!


Safer Internet Day 2015 will be celebrated globally on Tuesday 10th February with the slogan Let’s create a better internet together.

Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. 

For SID2014, over 650 organisations got involved, reaching 25% of children and 18% of teenagers. It is down to our incredible supporters that we achieved this huge impact, and we look forward to working together again to build on this fantastic success.

Things you can do now:

1.       Plan your activities – what can you do to reach even more children, families, schools and wider this Safer Internet Day?

2.       Register as a Safer Internet Day supporter - share what you are doing to support Safer Internet Day, and receive your supporter certificate! The registration form is now open.

3.       Promote on social media - Add the banners to your social media sites and start to promote the day. Tweet suggestion: Are you getting involved in Safer Internet Day 2015? Sign up as an official @UK_SIC supporter today #SID2015

4.       Promote on your website - Use the template text, logo and banners to highlight the day on your website.

5.       Reach out to your contacts - Do you have any contacts in schools or organisations that might like to get involved? Get in touch to let them know about SID.

Look out for more about safer internet day 2015 when the school packs are available...