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Broadcast / Broadcast Junior

Research published in 2013 by The Authority for Television On Demand (ATVOD) revealed that at least 44,000 primary school children accessed an adult website in one month alone – that’s one in 35 of six to 11-year-olds in the UK going online. These startling results, widely publicised by the NSPCC, highlight the increasingly worrying scale of underage exposure to hardcore pornography online.  Arc’s drama-based project – Broadcast for secondary and Broadcast Junior for primary audiences, has been created to: 
  • Encourage respect, healthy relationships and personal responsibility, 
  • Inform audiences of the facts, figures and dangers surrounding sexting (secondary), 
  • Explore the very real and damaging consequences of cyberbullying, 
  • Raise awareness about the law and legal implications of sexting, cyberbullying and internet misuse, 
  • Equip young people with basic communication tools and reasoned arguments to enable them to make real change in their own choices and behaviours, 
  • Signpost who and where to turn to for help, 
  • Explore difficult and sensitive issues in a safe and inclusive environment. 
Note: Content differs for primary or secondary audiences, including sexting for older audiences. If you’d like to talk to us about how to engage your audience on issues that really matter, please contact nita@arctheatre.com or call 07483 342158.





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