About Us

Collaborate Digital uses critical thinking, creativity and teamwork to facilitate active learning and deeper understanding of social issues for young people in schools, colleges and non-educational settings.

"On behalf of all of the team I just wanted to say a massive thank you to you and your amazing facilitators for everything, it really has been a pleasure to work with you all. ."

Hannah Gray – Domestic Abuse Coordinator, North Somerset Council

Delivering beneficial projects

Our team have worked with public bodies such as the NHS, Transport for Greater Manchester and police forces across the country to engage young people on topics such as consent, mental health, county lines, online safety, air pollution and knife crime.

Our projects are delivered free of charge to schools with all the necessary materials for each campaign available here on the website.  Each project has a full lesson plan so that teachers can use our resources to deliver key elements of the curriculum in PSHE, English and Media Studies.

Get involved!

Our people are media professionals, former police officers and education specialists with decades of experience in creative writing, audio and video production, broadcasting, teaching and safeguarding which means, whatever the issue, we’ll find an interactive, media solution to get your message across.

If you’re a business or public body and you think Collaborate Digital can help with your communication requirements please email info@collaboratedigital.com

Our Team

Relevant experience

Our people are media professionals and education specialists with decades of experience in creative writing, broadcasting, teaching, audio and video production which means, whatever your message, we’ll find a great way to engage young people.

“Every project we deliver can raise awareness and understanding of a range of social issues and campaigns, and are delivered in an engaging, fun, and collaborative way that reaps a wide range of personal and curricular benefits to participating pupils.”

Mark Matthews, Collaborate Digital

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76% of young people in Kent own a smart phone and use it to go online - River Primary School students have been looking at how to stay safe as they get their scripts ready to record - our partnership with @PCCKent looks at healthy relationships & online safety this term

This morning we're Deal Parochial CofE Primary School - @the_LTA school of the year - let's see if they're as good at making podcasts today! #educationmatters #engagement #awareness #OnLineSafety #healthyrelationships #creativity #teamwork

Delighted with this feedback from our collaboration on hate crime and hate incidents in Cheshire with @CheshirePCC, Cheshire CrimeBeat and @CheshireSSYP #prevention #engagement #educationmatters

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