On this page there are plans to have a conversation about cybersafety and attach useful links to help you be safe online and information to guide you to be a responsible online citizen.


Cybersafety help

2 thoughts on “Cybersafety

  1. terkeisha

    The Bullies Playground’ is a confronting documentary about the very real and often tragic consequences of cyber bullying.

  2. bobo

    Ignore it. Don’t respond to the bully. If they don’t get a response they may get bored and go away.
    Block the person. This will stop you seeing messages or texts from a particular person.
    Tell someone. Tell your mum or dad, or another adult you trust. Or you can call Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800, visit their website or contact the Cybersmart Online Helpline service.
    Keep the evidence. This can be useful in tracking the bully down. Save texts, emails, online conversations or voicemails as proof.
    Report it to:
    your school—they should have policies in place about bullying and cyberbullying.
    your ISP and/or phone provider or the website administrator—there are actions they can take to help.
    the police—if there is a threat to your safety the police will help. Call Triple Zero (000) or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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