Do you love everything digital? Now’s the time to use your tech knowledge – and perhaps your experiences of dealing with some tough situations online – to help your younger brother or sister and your friends.

In this section, you’ll learn how to use our #BeStrong emojis to support mates who are being bullied, how to take part in our Be Strong Online training course at your school and how our Web Super Skills internet safety pack helps younger kids.

 

 

Be Strong Online

Your teachers already help you to explore the digital world confidently and safely but did you know that you could support your younger peers by taking part in our Be Strong Online initiative at your school? We’ve teamed up with young people’s charity The Diana Award to produce a series of learning modules for year 9 students and above so that you can work with your younger peers on things like self-esteem, peer pressure and digital footprints.

Useful links

If you’d like to help other young people make the most of the digital world and understand how to deal with any bad stuff they come across, you can find loads of information and advice online. Check out these websites for films, toolkits, competitions, awareness days, helplines and much more.