We offer education sessions for secondary students from Year 7 to Year 12. Specifically designed in collaboration with young people, these sessions are structured to be developmentally appropriate, engaging and interactive. Our sessions are strategy-rich, and aim to empower students with the tools that they need to navigate the online world safely.
Our secondary sessions have been developed by our team of Adolescent Psychologists, Law Enforcement Specialists and Teaching Staff. Our sessions are structured to be grouped for Year 7-8 students, Year 9-10 students, and Year 11-12 students, however year groups can be combined into three cohorts per session if requested.
Topics covered in a 45-60 minute session include:
We discuss the impacts of cyber bullying on both the victim and the bully, including promoting bystander empowerment. This topic has a strategy-heavy approach to upskill students in managing
cyber bullying .
Students have reported to us that this is their current favourite topic! We explore the importance of managing screen time, including the impact on study distraction and sleep, excessive gaming, digital validation and self-esteem.
Exploration of the laws around 'sexting' and sharing of nude images. We discuss the broader social and emotional impacts of distribution, and provide strategies to manage inappropriate requests.
We explore the concept of online reputations and personal branding, including exploring the impact on university and job prospects and strategies for harnessing a positive online image.
Each of our topics may be delivered as a concentrated session. If you would like a in-depth topic specific session, or would like a session tailored to your address your direct needs, please let us know using the enquiry form below.
*Topic specific sessions are not available in all states. Please enquire below and we will endeavour to meet your requirements.