Department of Education

Behaviour and Wellbeing

Behaviour and Wellbeing

Cyber safety websites

The links below provide information on how to safely use electronic and telecommunications media at school, home and in the community:

Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) - responsible for investigating valid complaints about online content, including internet and mobile phone content.

CyberParent – a web app that is developed by the Australian Multicultural Foundation to equip parents with the knowledge and confidence to identify early warning signs as well as encourage conversations regarding safe and healthy internet use. CyberParent is available in a total of 17 languages, including English, Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Dinka, Farsi, German, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Pashto, Spanish, Somali, Turkish, Urdu (from September 2017) and Vietnamese.

Cyber Savvy – an online resource developed by Telethon Kids Institute to help young people prevent and address problems associated with online behaviour, particularly image-sharing.

Cyber Strong Schools - an online resource designed to build teachers’ capacity to educate and enable students to positively use social media. The five online modules provide school staff with proactive approaches to respond to social media advances, supporting the educational goal for young Australians to be highly skilled in the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

eSafety Commissioner - a one-stop-shop for online safety.  The Office provides Australians a range of up-to-date information and resources, coupled with a comprehensive complaints system to assist children who experience serious cyberbullying online.

eSmart schools - an evidence-based sustainable program that involves the whole school community in managing cybersafety and addressing cyberbullying and bullying.

Keep it Tame - you can use phones, tablets and computers to do awesome stuff. But things can turn nasty if you use them to disrespect each other. Treat each other with respect and KEEP IT TAME.

RU Legal? – a set of online, interactive community legal education resources developed by Legal Aid WA. The resources provide both legal information and practical tips in  key areas which affect young people, such as sexting.

ThinkUKnow - an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through schools and organisations across Australia using a network of accredited trainers.

Cyber safety websites

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