Our partnerships bring together industry, experts and the people who reach parents and young people every day to help families thrive in a digital age.
If you have a project in mind contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Parenting magazine
We work with Vodafone to publish Digital Parenting magazine. The internet safety magazine has been distributed to millions of families round the UK through schools and youth organisations.
Dove Self-Esteem Project
Parent Zone is working with Unilever on the Dove Self-Esteem Project to promote its PSHE Association-approved teaching resources to UK schools. Download free resources to deliver in-school self-esteem workshops.
Google Be Internet Legends
Google and Parent Zone have created Be Internet Legends - a FREE internet safety resource for schools supporting 7-11 year-old pupils. The team will also be visiting schools across the UK delivering a FREE interactive assembly.
Working with CEOP, the child protection command of the National Crime Agency, we produce a free parent advice service for schools to run on their own websites, offering expert content on the issues caused, or amplified, by the digital world.
Parent Zone has teamed up with Google to offer an insight into its amazing Expeditions - the in-school virtual reality experience that brings the world to life for pupils across the UK.
Working with Google and Livity, we asked young people to share their positive tips on enjoying the internet safely for a chance to star in a video with their favourite YouTubers. Find out more and watch the full film here.
My Tech Family
Vodafone’s My Tech Family project is designed for primary schools and includes lesson plans and everything you need to run the project in your school. It has been created to get the whole family involved in technology.
Switched on Families
We worked with Virgin Media to develop Switched on Families, an initiative to provide clear, honest, useful and sometimes even fun support to help families get the best from the internet.