Four free lesson plans for secondary schools that focus on awareness of:
- common scams
- identity theft
- money mules
The lessons aim to help students to:
- recognise what fraud is
- why they may be targeted
- how to seek support
- explain the consequences of committing fraud
- develop skills to protect their online information and personal data
- develop skills to critically evaluate the reliability of online content in relation to scams
- Service Description
Cifas is the UK's leading fraud prevention service, helping to protect individuals and organisations from fraud and financial crime.
The two lesson plans for key stage 3 students introduce the concept of fraud and the importance of digital literacy and data protection within the context of financial risk.
The two lessons for key stage 4 build on this learning by encouraging students to think about their responsibility for financial information in more independent contexts.
These lesson plans can be accessed at any time.
Cifas have identified an increasing number of young people affected by fraud, either being targeted by online fraudsters or unwittingly engaging in fraudulent acts themselves.
- Contact and how to book
These lesson plans can be accessed on the Cifas website.