Cybersafety

​Teaching children to be cybersafe helps them to engage with the online world safely, responsibly and discerningly and can assist to protect them from online risks.

Sometimes children are faced with online situations that they simply don’t know how to handle. Common cybersafety issues for children include cyberbullying, accessing or sharing inappropriate content and protecting their personal information.  When parents are concerned about cycbersafety issues you may contact your child's Pastoral Care Coordinator.   

Detailed information about all aspects of Cybersafety are available for both parents and students on the the eSafety Commissioner website which is Australia’s national independent regulator for online safety.  To connect with the eSafety Commissioner website please click HERE.