Urgent Action Needed on Tuesday 9th February for Safer Internet Day:
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ ATTEMPT
The UK Safer Internet Centre and 2Simple are seeking the help of children and schools across the country to help break an official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS ™ title for Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, 9th February.
Join us in our attempt to break the record for:
Most pledges received for an internet safety campaign in 24 hours
To register as a supporter and to stay informed about the Guinness World Records™ Attempt
How it works
Before the event: share this link 2simple.com/GWR with your learners and your school community.
On the day
Step 1 – Visit 2simple.com/GWR Ask your children to visit this webpage between 10am GMT 9th February and 9:30am GMT 10th February 2021 and click “Make my pledge”
Step 2 – Make your pledge Learners can add further drawings or statements to their pledge and click save. Only the first submission will be eligible, multiple pledges from the same person will not be counted as part of the attempt.
Step 3 – Share To help us spread the word about Safer Internet Day and the Guinness World Records™ attempt, download our Facebook and Twitter graphics to share on social to let others know your school is taking part. Visit 2simple.com/GWR throughout the 24 hours to see the total pledges and view examples.
Okay everyone urgent action is needed today – let’s all help support 2 Simple Purple Mash in their quest. Equally importantly they are making some internet safety resources free to all until half term. Even if you are not a subscriber to the Purple Mash community these resources are being shared freely. They may be very useful for people home schooling.” (2Simple)
There are lots of resources also at the Safer Internet Day site.