Get involved in Safer Internet Day 2018 with new campaign toolkit and supporter registration!
Schools and organisations are now able to register as a Safer Internet Day supporter to share what they are doing for the day, and get more information and resources in the SID2018 campaign toolkit!
Last year 1,645 organisations joined the Safer Internet Day 2017 supporters list, making it the biggest UK Safer Internet Day yet!
And now we need your help to make Safer Internet Day 2018 even bigger and better!
Join the supporters list
You can join organisations from across the UK by signing up to the Safer Internet Day Supporters list and share what you are doing for #SID2018.
Once registered you will receive a certificate to show your support for the day.
Take a look at last year's supporters list to see what organisations across the UK did to celebrate Safer Internet Day.
You could also:
- Use your networks or run activities to reach out to children, young people, parents, carers, teachers, professionals and wider!
- Join the social media campaign and keep an eye on the hashtag #SID2018 (more information coming soon!)
Help spread the word
Reach out to the schools and organisations you know to encourage them to get involved in Safer Internet Day 2018 and get them to sign up as supporters.
The Campaign Toolkit contains all of the things you need to show your support of Safer Internet Day.
Download our Campaign Toolkit to help you spread the word about Safer Internet Day. This toolkit includes:
Template text of our key messages and information
- The Key Safer Internet Day messages
- Key Safer Internet Day information
- The SID 2018 Logo
- Banners for Facebook, Twitter and your email footer .
You can also tweet the following messages:
The Safer Internet Day 2018 supporters list is now open! Register your school or organisation now http://bit.ly/SID18Supporter @UK_SIC #SID2018
Get ready to Create, Connect and Share Respect for Safer Internet Day 2018 on the 6th February! @UK_SIC #SID2018 www.saferinternetday.org.uk
Sign up for the Safer Internet Day newsletter and keep up to date with all the latest Safer Internet Day news and announcements!
You can also follow The UK Safer Internet Centre on social media on Twitter (@uk_sic) and on Facebook