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Start a Conversation to Thrive Online

Start a Conversation to Thrive Online

Childnet has produced free resources for educators, parents and carers of young people aged 11 and over with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ( SEND ) covering healthy relationships, digital wellbeing, online pornography and nudes.

Childnet’s new project, Thrive Online, is designed to spark conversations about using the internet in a safe and meaningful way.These resources have been produced as part of Thrive Online to help to empower young people with SEND to build happy and healthy online relationships

For educators, each topic contains a series of three lessons and films designed to initiate discussion and help young people navigate online spaces, learn essential strategies, and recognise the impact of online behaviour and actions.

For parents and carers, Thrive Online has a series of short films which provide answers to important questions around supporting young people in their online relationships, managing their digital wellbeing and how to tackle issues around online pornography.


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