At Ci, we believe that all children and young people should be supported to develop the life skills that will help them thrive in our increasingly connected, digital world.
We define life skills as: critical thinking, resilience, problem-solving, creativity and empathy. These skills will help children continuously learn and adapt to technological change and the impact it has, with confidence and understanding.
Our work also supports parents, carers, educators and other adults to navigate the changing digital world. By supporting children and the adults around them, we can ensure children and young people reap the benefits of digital technology, whilst being informed and prepared to manage the downsides that come with it.
Ci is co-designing projects with partners in the Corsham community and beyond that test how to instil these skills in children and young people. We share our learning with other organisations to help build an evidence base and influence national policy.
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Read more about our work on Children and Young People below:
Policy consultation responses
- Response to Science and Technology Select Committee – social media and screen use
- Response to Department for Education – School safeguarding