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Bullying and cybersafety

You have the right to feel safe and be safe at all times.

These websites have helpful information about bullying and cybersafety. 

Office of the eSafety Commissioner

The eSafety Commissioner's website brings together useful information to help you have safe, enjoyable experiences online. It has activities and advice specifically designed for children and young people on topics such as cyberbullying, online gaming, privacy, protecting your identity, consent and sharing photos.

Bullying No Way!

Bullying can happen anywhere - at school, home, work, in online social spaces, via text messaging or email. The Bullying No Way! website has information for kids and teens on what to do if you are being bullied, have been called a bully or see someone else being bullied. It also tells you where to get help and who to talk to.

Cyber Savvy

Cyber Savvy is designed to help young people prevent and address problems associated with online behaviour, particularly image-sharing. It is based on over 10 years of research with over 40,000 Australian young people. It provides new insights on what young people, families and other adults can do to prevent problems that may arise from risky image-sharing.