Online Safety

Are you concerned about your child’s use of social media?

Online Safety for Every Family helps parents and carers begin a conversation with their children about online safety and build the confidence to support more positive experiences online. The package of animated videos and advice sheets addresses a range of common online parenting challenges including, social media, gaming, online bullying, image sharing and general online safety, and can be accessed on the eSafety’s website here. 

Young People – are you concerned about an issue on social media? TO BE INCORPORATED INTO STUDENT WELLBEING RESOURCES PAGE

For young people, there is great information on the eSafety website.  You can access information via Young People | eSafety Commissioner.  There are advice sheets addressing a range of common online challenges including:-

  • Cyber-bullying
  • Gaming
  • Being a By-stander
  • Social Media
  • Image sharing
  • Online dating
  • Online gaming
  • Unwanted or unsafe contact
  • Keeping your online accounts secure

If you need support during school terms, please see your House leaders or the wellbeing team in A1.  Our School Lawyer is at school each Tuesday and you can make a booking to see them using Compass.

If you need support during holidays please access Kids Helpline | Phone Counselling Service | 1800 55 1800 available 24/7.

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