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Cyber safety

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The safety of our students is important to us. We all need to be aware of ways to stay safe online as much as in any other sphere of our lives. Below are links for parents, teens and children that you can use to find information on how to stay safe online. If you have questions, would like assistance with the links, or want to talk to someone about staying safe online, please contact the school on 3323 8111 or email our school-based police officer, Jarrett Usher at usher.jarrettx@police.qld.gov.au.

For Parents

Who’s chatting to your kids?

The internet has brought the world to our children’s fingertips, providing access to vast resources of information and the opportunity to communicate with people from around the world.  This e-brochure provides you with practical information about internet safety and reducing online risks for children.

Stay smart online

Stay Smart Online is the Australian Government’s online safety and security website, designed to help everyone understand the risks and the simple steps we can take to protect our personal and financial information online.   

Other links you might find useful

Technology Explained

ThinkUKnow

Queensland Police – Safety and preventing crime

For Teens and Children

Cyber(smart:)

What you do online can affect your whole world. Look at different scenarios and see what they might lead to.

Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline can help you use the internet safely and help make cyberspace a better place.

Other links you might find useful

eSafety – Kids

B2M – Strong Choices – cyber safety video

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Last reviewed 28 July 2020
Last updated 28 July 2020