The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign has teamed up with Vodafone to create Be Strong Online, a new programme to help students explore the digital world!

Digital Footprint  is the fourth module in the programme. Young people are happy to share their lives online with their friends, but what lasting impact would that information have if viewed by a future employer or college admissions tutor? Do they consider how the personal data they share can be used for commercial gain by others?

This module encourages students to think about the implications on their digital footprint before they post things online. Engaging and interactive activities explore the long-term impact of their online activity and how the things they post can affect their real-life reputation and privacy.

This programme takes a peer-to-peer approach. With the help of the resources below, a staff member will train a group of students (who we call the 'Tech Trainers') who will then deliver short lessons with younger students:

1. Click here to download the Digital Footprint guide for staff.

2. Click here to download the Digital Footprint lesson plan for Tech Trainers to follow.

3. Click here to download the Digital Footprint student/parent information sheet.

4. Click here to download the PowerPoint Presentation

Click here or on the image below for the ‘Teens discuss online privacy’ video.

If you're a student, share this page with a teacher or staff member who could run this training! 

We would like your feedback - email Katie at with any comments or suggestions. Thank you!