Thank you to everyone who took part in helping to break an official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS ™ title for
Well done to everyone who took part in making a pledge to help create an internet we trust and being a part of Safer Internet Day. Our attempt is now being verified with Guinness World Records. If you would like to stay informed about the success of the Guinness World Records™ attempt, please sign-up below.
At 2Simple, we’re celebrating Safer Internet Day with Purple Mash offering several free resources that you can use in your classrooms. Click here to access our free resources. You can use these whether you subscribe to Purple Mash, or not.
We have partnered with UK Safer Internet Centre and Amazon Web Services to put together this guide to support parents and carers in recognising the reliability of the information that you encounter online and being able to advise your children enabling them to grow into a responsible digital citizen who is able to keep themselves safe while, at the same time, getting the very best from the digital world.
Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally in February each year to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology for children and young people and inspire a national conversation.
The global theme for Safer Internet Day is “Together for a better internet”, with this year’s UK campaign entitled “An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world”.
Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, Safer Internet Day is celebrated in over 150 countries, coordinated by the joint Insafe/INHOPE network, with the support of the European Commission, and national Safer Internet Centres across Europe.
The day offers the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community.
For more information on Safer Internet Day 2021 click here.
Tips for children and parents to make the most of their time online are available here.
Guinness World Records - originally the Guinness Book of Records - the ultimate authority on record-breaking achievements, started out as an idea for a book of facts to solve arguments in pubs. Today they aim to inspire people - individuals, families, schools, teams, groups, companies and communities – of any age, in any city or country. Drawing upon the entire range of superlatives to help people realise their potential and to re-examine the world.
There is a maximum of one pledge per child. Pledges much include the child's first name and the name of the country they are submitting the pledge from. All pledges will be independently verified. Only pledges submitted within the stated time-frame will be counted.