Digital Leaders Programme: Empowering Young People

by | Oct 21, 2018

Digital Leaders Programme: Empowering Young People

When students are learning about Internet Safety, hearing directly from their peer group can have a real impact.

This is why we think the Childnet Digital Leaders Programme is a fantastic way of getting primary school students thinking about E-Safety.

The Digital Leaders Programme empowers young people to educate their peers, parents and teachers about staying safe online.

Find out more about The Digital Leaders Programme here.

In our Internet Safety Workshops and Shows for Primary Schools we make use of a peer to peer approach. Our visit supports Year 6 students in creating a short presentation which can be delivered to their parents or carers and to the other students in their school. We also take this approach in our Anti-Bullying Workshops for Primary Schools in Anti-Bullying Week.

For more information on our E-Safety Workshops & Shows click here.

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