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Cyber Safety 

Learn about the internet: understanding how young people use the internet and what they enjoy doing will help you to recognise any suspicious or inappropriate behaviour. It will also help you to talk with your child about their online activities if they think you understand the online environment.

Click on the link below to view some factsheets in PDF format covering frequently asked questions for some popular apps and websites 


Thank you to everyone who provided their iPad restriction codes. These codes will only be used when needed to trouble shoot an issue on the iPad. Parents will be notified by email if changes or any restrictions have been removed. 


There is a 10.3 IOS update available, please make sure you backup your device prior to doing this.  Please read the following link on how to back up your device.


Right now there are many young people being cyberbullied. By reporting it, talking about it and supporting each other we can stop it. 

What does cyberbullying look like?

Cyberbullying can occur in many ways, including:

  • abusive texts and emails

  • hurtful messages, images or videos

  • imitating others online

  • excluding others online

  • humiliating others online

  • nasty online gossip and chat

I am being cyberbullied—how do I stop it?

  • talk to someone you trust straight away—like a parent, sibling, uncle/aunt, teacher or friend or contact Kids Helpline

  • don’t retaliate or respond—they might use it against you

  • block the bully and change your privacy settings

  • report the abuse to the service and get others to as well

  • collect the evidence—keep mobile phone messages, take screen shots and print emails or social networking conversations

  • do something you enjoy—catch-up with friends, listen to good music, watch a good show or chat online to people you can trust

  • remember you didn’t ask for this—nobody deserves to be bullied and you will get through this.