Online game to help primary schools, clubs and other youth groups teach children about cyber security from an early age.
Become a 'Cybersprinter' and learn about online safety in a fun and interactive way.
Covid: Keeping safe, protecting others – in-school sessions for Leeds secondary pupils available at no cost
Leeds Schools - book a free in-school session to explore students feelings around the current safety measures and restrictions and how that may influence their behaviour.
Covid: keeping safe and well - no cost online health, hygiene and wellbeing sessions for key stage 2 pupils in Leeds
Leeds Schools - book an online session for your key stage 2 pupils to explore health, hygiene and wellbeing.
Free sessions for 11-14year olds on issues around nude image sharing.
Download free resources for Key Stage 3 from Thinkuknow
NSPCC launch new Report Remove tool.
Please share this important tool for young people under 18 to help them report and remove sexual images of themselves online.
Young People's Gambling harm prevention programme
Ever wondered what ‘skins, loot boxes, crates, packs or in-app purchases are?
Leeds MindMate - New gambling information and support pages for young people.
Help young people make informed choices about gambling.
Moving up! transition animation and toolkit with accompanying booklet for parents and carers.
Support children's transitions to secondary school with the Anna Freud Moving Up! animation, toolkit and booklet.
Eat Like a Champ - FREE Primary Lessons on Healthy Eating
Eat Like A Champ (ELAC) is a six-lesson programme designed to teach primary school pupils in Year 5 about healthy, sustainable lifestyles.
Landmark report - UK can make major cuts to carbon emissions more cheaply than previously thought.
Unconscious bias in football commentary
Making Sense of Mini Games
Marcus Rashford urges more compassion for UK's poorest children.
Surge in number of UK children applying for free school meals.
School Breakfast Bill .
Magic Breakfast is working with Feeding Britain and Labour MP Emma Lewell-Buck on a school breakfast bill. This builds on, and scales-up, current government funding for school breakfasts. If successful, the bill would ensure that all children in England start the day settled and ready to learn, allowing every child in the country to reach their full potential.