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CyberFlix: an interactive video - and related downloads - to help secondary school kids stay safe online


The NCSC is delighted to present CyberFlix, a new, interactive FREE video learning resource for pre-teens and young teenagers, designed to raise awareness of the risks of using the web.

CyberFlix is a free interactive video - with an accompanying set of learning resources - designed to teach pre-teens and young teenagers about staying secure online.

The CyberFlix video illustrates the risks in these activities and will help them to make informed choices, now and in the future.

The video features a short narrative in which three characters, Olivia, Raheem and Luca, deal with the fallout of a cyber-attack.

As the story unfolds, the video explores some common cyber scams centred around social media advertising and 'scam' links.

At various points in the video, the viewer can choose how the character responds and then watch how these choices play out.

The video is supported by a set of learning resources, including:

  • three lesson plans with delivery guidance
  • the curriculum mapping for all four nations (Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, England)
  • a subject matter factsheet

Teachers and group leaders can use these materials to discuss the subjects covered in the video.

Some activities will help students gain a broader understanding of how to keep themselves secure online.

These have been quality assured by the PSHE Association, [] a school curriculum subject in England to help prepare young people to stay healthy, safe, and prepared for life's opportunities.

To watch the video and download the resources, please visit the CyberFlix homepage.



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