Cyber Safety

Lots of great information was given to students, staff and parents who attended the cyber safety sessions.
Our 5/6 students learned about 'See, We and Me' spaces, as did the children in years 3 and 4. The ‘see’ space is open for anyone in the world to see what is published online. The ‘we’ space is where you invite, request and then accept people you know into your space. The ‘me’ space is for ‘my eyes only’ and requires a password to access. They also learned about how people can see posts made on social media from different perspectives and how it can impact them.


The Foundation – 2 students learned about the ‘THINK about how you FEEL’ safety strategy, emphasising that our emotions (how we feel) are a great indicator that something might not be right or safe online.  

To access the parent portal on the Cyber Safety Project website, please use the following link.

Another website talked about was the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. The link to this website has been listed in the school’s newsletter on numerous occasions over the years. It has some helpful information about different apps, games and social media platforms as well as skills and advice for parents and carers.

Please utilise these great resources to help keep children safe online.