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Thank you for completing a booking form - please find helpful information on this webpage 

A member of our team will be in touch shortly to discuss your chosen date/time to let you know if we can accommodate you then, if not they will help you arrange an alternative. Please let them know of any special requests that you might have for your session so that we can arrange these in advance. 

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Are you from a school? Please scroll down to find all the relevant information to prepare for our visit.

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Pre-presentation school information

We are so excited to come and visit your school to empower your students.

Please find our downloadable 'pre-presentation parent letter' that you can send to parents ahead of our visit. 

To help with your planning, please find this page listing the parts of the UK curriculum that our talks cover - for more specific information please email

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If you have any special requests or requirements for your school session please do make sure to mention these when a member of our team gets back to you about your booking time. 

We recommend that you plan time for a post-presentation session to take place as soon after the presentation as possible, this will allow time for:


  • Questions and discussions: we find that many students have a story they want to tell, unfortunately, we can’t get to them all in our presentation. 


  • Evidencing the learning. You could ask your students to create one of the following:

  1. Poster of what they have learnt about how to stay safe online

  2. A blog post about the advice they would give to other students on how to stay safe online or their experience hearing Breck’s story, how they felt and what they took away from it.

  3. Any other activity from our post-presentation resources


Please send all blogs and posters to our email (with name, age, and school) as we will be posting some of the best on our website for all to see!

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