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What is RISE e2e?

RISE e2e stands for ‘Resilience Internet Safety Education - end-to-end project’, and is our new sustained, long-term programme delivered in schools across London and the South East of England. Our funded pilot programme was a great success and we are looking for future funding to spread our reach across other areas of the UK. Our RISE e2e programme can be purchased directly by schools outside of any grant funded provision. 

​The project starts with Breck’s story as a base, but then builds on the knowledge over the school year to create skilled and resilient young people who can spot a broad range of harms online and keep themselves safe. 

Programme content includes: 

  • Presentations centred on Breck’s story delivered to all at the school, including pupils of all ages, staff and parents 

  • Tailored follow-up presentations on other online safety issues including fake news, mental wellbeing, digital citizenship and bullying 

  • A range of peer-led projects around safeguarding and safety 

  • Surveys and quizzes to assess pupils' progress in understanding  

  • Printed and digital resources to help consolidate learning, both inside and outside the classroom 


The programme fills a gap in the UK national curriculum regarding education around online grooming, exploitation and abuse, giving young people the skills and knowledge they need to keep themselves safe from harm in the digital age. 

  • What size audience can you accommodate?
    Schools: We prefer to talk to a maximum of two year groups at a time. This is because our presentations are very specifically targeted to different age groups. Generally, we talk to years 1 and 2 together, then 3 and 4; and 5 and 6. Secondary groupings are similar. The number of pupils of course varies with each setting, but generally, anything over 150 pupils becomes harder to give an in-depth presentation to. Non-school sessions: We are incredibly flexible with our speaker sessions and are happy to deliver to a group of any size. Please do note that the smaller the group size the more opportunity for interaction and personal engagement which does lead to deeper impact and learning. We are more than happy to talk to you about your specific requirements.
  • What's included in the presentation?
    This is age-dependent but includes a talk with a Powerpoint presentation and age-appropriate video clips. Time for Q&A is allowed during the presentation and at the end. Please find more information about what's included on this page.
  • Do you deliver virtual sessions?
    We are able to offer all our talks via Zoom, Teams or Google Classroom. These can be delivered to the main hall with pupils watching a screen, or to screens within a range of classrooms at the same time. We are eager to work with more schools to deliver via Zoom so please do contact us to discuss your needs.

Supporters and funders 


I strongly feel ALL adults and teens should hear you speak and that we filter this message to share with younger children. 

Warden Park Academy

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