SAFER INTERNET DAY FEBRUARY 9th 2021
On Safer Internet Day the world comes together with a shared vision of making online experiences better for everyone.
To mark Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 9 February 2021 eSafety Australia are releasing new research, Digital Lives of Aussie Teens. They are also launching two new resources for young children, the Swoosh, Glide and Rule Number 5 picture book and My Family Rules song by Lah-Lah.
eSafety Australia provide a new Virtual Classroom webinar for primary schools,
Be an eSafe kid: Fake news, real harms and a new webinar for parents and careers, Cyberbullying and online drama.
HOW WILL ST JOSEPH'S PRIMARY CELEBRATE THE SAFER INTERNET DAY?
The school will:
Teach the students how to be safe, smart and responsible users of digital technology
Make the students aware of Kids Helpline and the services it provides
Show and discuss videos and resources related to internet safety and responsibilities
Provide students with a support structure so that they know what to do if they have a problem, are bullied or view something that makes them feel uncomfortable (Helping Hand-Trusted Adults)
Understand why we have students and parents sign our School Internet User Agreement
So join the global campaign, supported by millions of people in 170 countries across the world.
• Visit esafety.gov.au/SID to find out how to start the chat at work, at home and in your community.
• Sign up for the Safer Internet Day webinar for parents and carers, eSafety’s guide to cyberbullying and online drama.