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Cyber Bullying For Parents

 
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​Cyberbullying and Internet Safety Parent Presentation

As detailed in a newsletter last term, a parent information session for cyberbullying and internet safety will be held at Mt Crosby State School Hall on Wednesday 30 May at 7.00pm for parents of both Mt Crosby and Karalee state schools.

To assist with seating and catering purposes, I would like parents who are intending to attend the presentation to email me at the.principal@karaleess.eq.edu.au by Friday 18 May.

Information on the presentation is included below:

This presentation will be the ThinkUKnow Adult Presentation (Australian Federal Police) that focuses on Cyber safety including Cyberbullying for all children and young people.

This presentation aims to empower parents with confidence to support, help and guide their children and young people in their life, to stay safe online when using technology. 

It’s also an avenue for parents and students to have an open dialogue with their children around cyber safety on a regular basis whereby an Online Family Agreement can be arranged so that all parties are across the expectations of the use of the technology in the home.

Topics that will be included in this presentation are:

•            Technology and young people

•            Gaming

•            Social networking

•            The challenges

•            Privacy and children’s information Terms and Conditions

•            Respectful relationship

•            Cyberbullying

•            Online grooming

•            Managing reputation

•            How to take action

•            Family Online safety contract

•            Support referrals

•            How to Report

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Last reviewed 27 February 2020
Last updated 27 February 2020