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Engage parents and children in online safety and resilience. Just £99*

The Resilient Families programme is used by educators and family professionals. It offers a resilience-based approach to online safety. 

3 interactive video-based sessions explore various types of online risk. Includes lesson plans for primary and secondary ages, and a supporting parent and carer course.

*12 months access just £118.80 inc. VAT.


Customers say:

“Engaging and effective as a teaching resource.”

“Particularly good for autistic children as it describes emotions in depth to make them more relatable.”



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A resilience-based approach

The Resilient Families programme was developed to work alongside the UK Council For Internet Safety (UKCIS) Digital Resilience framework. It supports a wider resilience-based approach.

It will help children and parents understand types of online risk and know what to do in different situations. 

It also explains simple ways learn from experiences and approaches to recover if something bad happens. 

Resilient Families is a recommended resource in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport Media Literacy strategy.



Subscribers receive 12 months access to:

A professional guide for working with children, young people and parents.

3 video-based lessons/courses (available with subtitles and BSL).

Lesson plans for primary and secondary and supporting worksheets.

Lesson plans for primary and secondary pupils with SEND and supporting worksheets. 

Parent advice and support handouts - in English and Urdu.



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