"The Breck Foundation sessions were our highest scoring sessions, both for overall marks and in terms of giving people actionable advice"
- A global financial services
Breck Foundation corporate partner
“I learned from the Breck Foundation what the word grooming meant and what impact it can have on people who are affected by it.”
- Kai, age 11.
“I learned all the signs of grooming and I think it was very helpful as I can tell my friends outside of school about it and feel safer. It was scary but I know how to be aware of it now.”
Year 6 pupil.
By donating £5 a month you can protect a whole class of primary school children with online safety lessons
Game Over: a Breck Foundation play
The award-winning playwright Mark Wheeller wrote the powerful verbatim play ‘Game Over’ based on Breck's story for secondary school students. The play uses the real-life words of Breck, Breck's family and the predator.
These student-led performances, which can reach whole-school groups, parents, and teachers, allow for students to become immersed in the story while learning how to stay safe online.
To accompany Game Over, we have created a series of supporting workshops for students to attend, designed to:
explore issues around online behaviour and grooming
educate about potential victims, predators, signs of grooming and how to seek help
empower young people to speak up when concerned and giving them the tools to do so
Get in touch today to find out more about putting on Game Over at your school or community group
BBC News report on Game Over's premiere at Beaumont School in 2019.
Watch this video to see the BBC's Education Editor interviewing the brilliant pupils of Beaumont School about the impact that performing Game Over had on them and their online habits.
Beaumont School commissioned Mark Wheeller to produce the Game Over play through National Lottery funding, it is now available for use in other settings.