The Department of Education believes children should learn in a safe, supportive and respectful school community. This includes participating safely in technology-based learning and using technology responsibly.
Making sure your child is safe online is a shared responsibility between the community, parents, schools and students.
- Parent Brochure: Online Safety (PDF, 255KB)
- Student Wellbeing Hub for Parents
- Bullying. No Way!
- Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum – including cyber safety
Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner
- The Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner official website
- Quick guide to popular social media sites and apps
- iParent – Advice for parents
- I need help with cyber bullying
- Videos on Cyber Safety
- eSmart Resources for Teachers
- eSmart Cyber and Digital Literacy Resources
- eSmart Flexible and Remote Learning Weekly Series
Social Media Resources
The use of social media is increasingly a part of everyday online activities, particularly through mobile devices. Social media services such as wikis and blogs allow people to easily publish, share and discuss content with local, national and global audiences.
Learning and communication can be enhanced through the effective use of social media. Individuals and institutions can develop personal and professional online identities and learning networks to listen to and participate in relevant conversations.
- Facebook eSafety Guide
- Facebook Messenger eSafety Guide
- Facebook Help Centre
- Facebook Family Safety Centre