Join us to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2017

With just seven weeks to go until Safer Internet Day 2017 we are well underway for our plans to make this Safer Internet Day the biggest one yet. This year the global theme for February 7th is Be the Change: Unite for a Better Internet.

We have all you need to plan for the day and celebrate it in your school. There is a lot you can do right now! You can become a SID supporter and you can join our social media campaign. And what is more, our popular Education packs and SID TV films for schools and organisations will be available later this week to download. This year we have prepared a pack for each Key Stage and for parents, which have everything you need to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2017. Keep checking our Safer Internet Day 2017 for latest updates and information.

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