Our programs.

FOR STUDENTS, EDUCATORS AND THE COMMUNITY

PRIMARY & SECONDARY STUDENT PROGRAM

Engaging workshops that hit the mark.

Cyber Safety sessions designed to empower young people to take control of their own digital safety ​and wellbeing through engaging and interactive workshops and presentations.

Key values for a strong foundation
 

RESPONSIBILITY

establishing and maintaining their own online privacy and security

INTEGRITY

managing respectful ​relationships and acceptable ​social protocols online

STRENGTH

developing resilience and taking control when ​things go wrong

EMPATHY

committing to creating a safe community ​for everyone online

For young people
​at every learning stage

 

The Cyber Safety Project offer a range of workshops and presentations designed to engage Primary (F – Year 6) and ​Secondary (Years 7 – 12) aged students.

CYBER SAFETY CURRICULUM

A comprehensive F-6 whole school learning program

 

The Cyber Safety Project Curriculum educational resources are underpinned by four key values which are the foundations for thriving in both the offline and online worlds. Instilling strong, positive values in our children empowers the future citizens of the world to be resilient and empathetic and ensures thoughtful decision making in every aspect of their lives.

Each year level offers 16 key activities aligned to the four values of Responsibility, Integrity, Strength and Empathy. For each 2 year band, learners will engage with opportunities to develop fundamental skills and knowledge through the digital safety skills and digital wellbeing strategies mapped to the Australian and Victorian Curriculum.

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING

Proactive teaching strategies and digital safety
​training for schools and organisations.

Supporting young people to live, learn & play safely online.

​The Cyber Safety Project is committed to a whole community, proactive approach aimed at building skills and capacity of teachers, students and parents / guardians in digital safety and wellbeing needs for young people.

​This session explores the changing landscape of the most popular social networking platforms and provides easy to implement lesson ideas that will arm teachers and students with protective measures ​for safe online use within the classroom.

UNDERSTAND
Key trends and topics for digitally engaged children in todays world which is imperative for the cyber safety curriculum.

DISCOVER
The Online Teacher Portal with lesson plans, digital resources and activities for ongoing work back in the classroom.

UNCOVER
​The explicit links to the Learning Area Outcomes​ and General Capabilities Curriculum.

STRATEGIC PLANNING & SCHOOL POLICIES

 
Keeping your whole community safe

The Cyber Safety Project Team can support you and
your school​ with a whole school Cyber Safety Strategy. 
​Through this workshop leaders will review, develop
and design your policies and strategies.

REVIEW
Your school’s ICT Policies, processes and incident reporting processes.

DEVELOP
A whole school curriculum scope and sequence.

DESIGN
A communication plan and implementation strategy.

CONFERENCES & COMMUNITY EVENTS

Inspiring educators to lead the way
Let us tailor a workshop or presentation for your next conference, teachmeet or local network meeting.
contact us

COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS & PARENT INFORMATION SESSIONS

Knowledge is power!

Learning safe practices and strategies for maintaining a positive digital reputation starts in the home. It takes a village to raise a child, so understanding what your children are learning at school is crucial in ensuring the messages are consistent and ongoing.

PARENT PRESENTATIONS
(Parents / Guardians Only) 1.5 hours

Managing Digitally Engaged Children at Home

This session aims at providing parents with the insights and important information about popular social networking and online gaming platforms for young people today. Building a positive and healthy family environment where digital use is encouraged but managed effectively can be a tough balance. We will discuss ways you can ensure your children stay safe through making use of an application’s privacy settings and help them to build positive digital habits through your family’s digital user agreement.

 

FAMILY WORKSHOPS
(Parents & Students) 2 hours

Creating Positive and Safe Digital Environments
in the Home

This workshop is designed to bridge the gap between home and school to ensure consistent messages are being communicated between teachers, parents and students. Throughout this workshop, students (with their parents / guardians) will understand the need for Cyber Safety when using digitally connected devices and explore strategies to create a positive digital environment in the home. This workshop includes a hands on component with social networking, gaming and screen time a focus when creating the Family Digital Use Guidelines. This workshop is suitable for Students and Parents of Grade 4 aged children and above.

 

LOCAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS & EVENTS
(Parents & Students) 2 hours

The Cyber Safety Project team offer a range of independent events in states all over Australia. Subscribe to our newsletter for upcoming Digital Literacy & Cyber Safety Forums, Presentations and workshops in a city near you!

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Outcomes for young people

 

​Young people are empowered
with the skills to interact safely and responsibly online.

​Young people are digitally responsible
and make ethical decisions when communicating,
​curating and collaborating online.

​Young people are able to build
digital resilience and know how ​and where
to seek support if they feel unsafe.

 
 
 
Outcomes for teachers
​and support staff

Teachers know and understand
relevant cyber / digital citizenship elements
of the Digital Technologies Curriculum and
Ethical & Social Responsibilities.

Teachers know about
the capabilities of devices, online platforms
and apps students in their care are accessing
for school work, life and play.

Teachers are able
to design learning to achieve the cyber
​/ digital technologies outcomes for students.

Teachers are equipped
​with the skills and strategies to take action when
​presented with challenging digital situations.

 
 
Outcomes for parents
​and the community

Parents and guardians are aware
and have an understanding of current
digital literacies and trends.

Parents and guardians know about
the capabilities of devices, online platforms
and apps children in their care are accessing
for school work, life and play​.

Parents and guardians build
positive, open and safe digital environments
in the home for digitally-engaged children.

Parents and guardians know how
​to seek support if they feel their child or family are at risk.

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