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Online safety: Online Safety JS

Provides information and tools to help you stay safe. This Guide also provides tools for parents

Junior School Resources

Cybersafety Resources for kids 
Developed by the Australian Government and aimed at Junior School students, this site will help you learn more about staying safe online by taking a quiz, watching videos or accessing various activities. Just go to the kids tab and away you go.

Think U Know
Provides games and information on cybersafety for 8 to 10 year olds.


Copyright and Creative Commons

You have a responsibility to ensure that you adhere to copyright laws when downloading and using information from the internet. Ideally, use resources that have been labelled with a Creative Commons licence.   This link provides access to Creative Commons where you can search for content that you are free to use. 

The following clip explains what Creative Commons is.

About Digital Citizenship

Being a good digital citizen means:

  • demonstrating netiquette and being polite when communicating online
  • having an understanding of security including the protection of information and personal identity
  • adhering to copyright laws and appropriately acknowledge others' work
  • having the skills to effectively search the internet and identify credible sources of information

Resources for Teachers

eSafety Teaching Resources.
Australian Communications Media Authority teaching resources on cybersafety.

Facebook for Educators

ICT Scope and Sequence for Teachers

This document is based on the Australian Curriculum's general ICT capability and demonstrates the specific ICT skills that are being explicitly taught across the curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 6.