The Digital Safety & Citizens Programme Curriculum
Our curriculum is designed to support the digital aspect of health and wellbeing at your school. By ensuring students are informed and trained on using digital media safely and productively, they will become Model Digital Citizens who understand both the dangers and benefits of social media and are able to conduct themselves responsibly and effectively.
Digital Safety Ambassador will also be appointed to take a lead role in representing the importance of digital health and wellbeing across the school.
The curriculum is delivered across several interactive sessions which can be scheduled as per the needs of your school.
Module 1 – Are we responsible with media?
Module 2 – Protect yourself: Privacy, security and fake news
Module 3 – Looking out for harmful content
Module 4 – Challenging harmful content
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES FROM THE
HEALTH & WELLBEING CURRICULUM
These are the key learning outcomes of Health and Wellbeing curriculum. All of the listed outcomes can be linked to at least one of the session titles from the Digital Safety & Citizens Programme curriculum.
The 2022/23 curriculum, including a breakdown of each session, can be downloaded by clicking the button
Meet challenges, manage change, and build relationships
Experience personal achievement and build resilience and confidence
Understand and develop physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing and social skills
Understand that adults in the school community have a responsibility to look after students, listen to concerns and involve others where necessary
Learn about where to find help and resources to inform choices
Assess and manage risk and understand the impact of risk-taking behaviour
Acknowledge diversity and understand that it is everyone’s responsibility to challenge discrimination