Bullying. No Way!
Supporting school communities with evidence-informed resources and activities for a proactive approach to bullying education and prevention.
Child Internet Safety
This guide from Kidadl offers internet safety tips to help parents and educators become more web savvy and give children the tools they need to understand the risks and stay safe online.
elemy - Autism Bullying
An online guide on bullying specifically with strategies to deal with bullying targeting autistic children. The website also has great general resources for parents and teachers on autism.
eSafety – Be Secure Quiz
Children will learn some of the basic skills for being safe and secure online, including why it is essential to Ask, Check and Think before acting in the digital world. They will find out why it’s important to keep their devices safe and their personal information and location private.
Advice for parents from the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
eSafety – Social Media and Apps
A quick guide to popular social media sites and apps from the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
An interactive online resource with tips and online safety advice for kids aged 5 – 12. Be an eSmart kid, how being eSmart can help or get help online.
Google Safety Centre
Advice for parents who want to keep their kids safe online. Learn to set up parental controls and help your family create healthy digital habits.
How to Keep Kids Safe on YouTube
A guide on safe internet streaming and how to keep kids away from inappropriate and unsuitable content that is frequently found by accident on YouTube.
Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25. Kids Helpline provides advice on a wide range of topical issues for children, teens and parents. Kids Helpline has been a life-saving experience, while for others it’s about practical help and emotional support at the critical moment they need someone to listen.
National Centre Against Bullying
Advice about bullying and cyber bullying for kids, parents and schools. Established in 2002 by the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, NCAB comprises volunteer experts and two associate members who work closely with school communities, government and industry.
Think U Know
Understanding what children and young people see, say and do online. We’ve categorised apps, games and sites by their primary features to help you learn more about the types of things young people might do online.