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TOPIC: Dealing With Your Tween's Digital FOMO

Wed, 6th July


Teaching children to be safe online.

DiGii Social is a secure, school-based platform that educates and prepares children on how to interact responsibly with others online.

Through learned behaviour, critical thinking, and interactive education, children learn how to be responsible digital citizens.

Alarming statistics needing urgent action


of 12-year-olds have at least two social media accounts


of teenage boys are exposed to web pornography


of teen girls are posting nude or semi-nude images


of youth suicides are directly linked to cyberbullying

A 21st Century solution to a 21st Century problem

Students in Year 5 and 6 are in the vulnerable pre-teen years with an increase in peer influence, complicated by online exposure. DiGii Social’s world first comprehensive cyber education solution is a safe and experience-based protective platform for the modern classroom that saves time – and lives.

  • Cyberbullying & trolling
  • Inappropriate content & contact
  • Digital literacy & safety basics
  • Help seeking
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Digital empathy, kindness & inclusion
  • Racism, sexism, hate speech & profanity
  • Clickbait, fake news & scams
  • Identity theft & over-exposure
  • Digital-life influence on movement, sleep, posture and eye health

Join schools worldwide who are taking action.

“DiGii Social provides an authentic and meaningful experience to learn the skills of digital citizenship in a safe and supported manner. DiGii Social is fun, engaging and real and the students love it!”

Katie P, Perth College, WA

“Thanks for making an amazing platform, I have only been using it for a week, and we haven’t gotten into the learning component yet, but the excitement from the kids and the lessons I can see they will soon learn, it will be very valuable for them.

Ben D, The Cathedral School, QLD

“The pupils in Year 6 were really excited about the idea of DiGii Social. They logged on and were immediately engaged. Very quickly, we saw the programme start to work. The pupils started watching the videos and taking the challenges to earn more DiGii points and it was great to see them have fun and learn really important lessons.“

Joanna C, Framlingham College, UK

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