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Based in the North West, we work with Primary Schools and Secondary Schools in Manchester, Cheshire, Stockport and Macclesfield and beyond.

Our programmes are are aimed at Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 and tailored to each school’s requirements. Our workshops are lively, creative and participative, enabling pupils to develop the skills they need to resiliently and responsibly negotiate their online lives.

We can also deliver tailored programmes for local authorities, youth support services or parent groups. Get in touch to find out more.

Whilst children and young people’s digital literacy has expanded in many ways, fundamentally children are often not prepared for the online world

The Byron Review, Safer Children in a Digital World

Every school should think through and take action on how they help children develop digital resilience and embed this in their Ofsted-inspected E-safety curriculum

Young Minds, leading mental health charity

Helping children and young people make positive choices online

Who we work with

We deliver tailored programmes to primary and secondary schools, local authorise, parent groups and youth support services.

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We work with schools, libraries, local authorities, youth support services, parent and community groups. If you’d like to find out more, please get in touch.

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