Our school seeks to teach and promote safe and constructive internet use based upon the following principles:
1. Respect yourself
2. Respect others
3. Protect yourself
4. Protect others
5. Respect CopyrightAn elaboration of each of these principles can be found by clicking here!Other InformationThe Australian Government has a dedicated site for informing families about how to safely use the internet and world wide web.Click here for more information and guidance from the Office of the Children's Esafety Commisioner.
The internet offers an exciting world of experiences for children and the whole family. It can be entertaining, educational and rewarding—and provides countless opportunities to create, connect and communicate. However, just as in the real world, these rapidly developing technologies also have risks and challenges.As a parent, you can play an important role in helping your children have safe and positive experiences online. By becoming aware of how children and young people use the internet, what they use it for, the risks in being online and some of the strategies to manage these risks, you can help guide them in the online world.
Sandy, our Chaplain has helped put together a page each of 'netiquette' checklists for children and parents to help make the internet experience a more safe one. Click on the following icon to view them.
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