Digital Awareness UK
Award-winning, leading digital wellbeing agency, promoting safe and responsible use of technology
Great knowledge and experience and were able to tailor this perfectly to our community. Their enthusiasm was infectious; empowering our staff and students, whilst providing recent research based data to support their thoughtful and balanced advice
- THE BRITISH SCHOOL IN TOKYO
We reach thousands of young people, parents and educators each week through our interactive workshops and global events programme
We create 'groundbreaking' education resources aimed at empowering schools and families
we partner with leading organisations to produce innovative content and campaigns
Our team of tech experts and insiders are regularly weighing in on matters related to digital wellbeing in the media
As Co-Founder of Digital Awareness UK, Emma has been seen passionately campaigning in the media and in schools around the world. Prior to this she spent 10 years working as a social media consultant managing the online reputations of a number of high profile brands – from Coca-Cola to Barclays to Microsoft, as well as celebrities, politicians and business leaders. She uses the knowledge she has from the corporate world and insights from the work she delivers on the ground in schools every day to advice students, parents and teachers on digital wellbeing.
As a YouTuber, Charlotte Robertson has created videos that have been viewed and shared by millions, has featured in documentaries exploring the lives of YouTubers (such as Sky 1’s OAP Internet Virgins) and speaks to thousands of students every week about responsible use of technology. This allows her to thrive in the digital world but most importantly it helps her to understand and share her insights around how young people can engage in social media in a positive way.
Digital Awareness UK is HMC's strategic online safety partner and we've teamed up to create the #TechControl campaign, which promotes safe and responsible use of technology.
Dubbed "groundbreaking" by the Daily Mail
We partnered with Girl's Day School Trust to create a unique video series to help parents and children stay safe online. The series consists of six short films for parents and six matching films for children to empower families to use social media safely and responsibly
In the media
We regularly campaign in the media for more to be done to empower young people to be safe online, using the insights we have working in schools every day. If you need a one of our award winning spokespeople to provide commentary in the media, get in touch.
Digital Awareness UK is on a mission to empower people to enjoy using technology safely. As part of that mission we collaborate with organisations who share our vision.