Parent Resources

Online Safety and Digital Wellbeing

Read the School’s Cyber Safety policy

BREAKING NEWS 

 

For Parents

From ReachOut.com

Social Media for Teenagers

Encouraging Positive Online Behaviour

Peer Pressure and Social Media

Self Esteem and Social Media

From the eSafety Commissioner

6 Online safety Tips for the “New normal”

 

RESOURCES

Providing parents and caregivers with up-to-date and useful information is also part of our role.

Below is a list of valuable resources that are useful for teachers, parents and students:

EVENTS

Fake News is a term with which we have become very familiar over the past few years!

In the past two weeks, students in Years 4, 5, 6 and 8 have attended a presentation on fake news that covered topics such as:

What IS Fake News?

The different types of fake news

What would motivate people to invent fake news

Impacts and effects of fake news

They also enjoyed an online activity where they learned that fake news can be hard to spot!

Finally, we watched three videos which gave tips on how to check the veracity of any news story or item

1. Check the claim!

2. Check the Source!

3. Check the Image!

 

 

 

 

 

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