The digital age brings opportunities for creativity, knowledge and innovation…
BUT the challenges which come with it are unprecedented

Our programmes

We help children and young people learn to deal positively with these challenges:

  • Access to inappropriate or distressing content

  • Online harassment and bullying

  • Anxiety relating to social media use

  • Dependency or excessive use

  • Critical understanding of online information

  • Privacy and reputation online

  • Impact on sleep, physical health, education

Essential digital life skills for children and young people

About us

We are a non profit organisation that helps children and young people (aged 8-18) become smart and responsible users of digital technology.

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Our work

Our programmes equip children and young people with essential digital life skills needed to become savvy, empowered, and informed online users.

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Get in touch

If you have any queries, or you’d like to find out how Digital Resilience can help your school or organisation, please contact us at info@www.digitallifeskills.org.uk.

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