Our K-6 sessions have been developed to educate students about the fundamental components of cyber safety. We offer developmentally-appropriate sessions which target the prominent cyber risks and digital platforms in given year groups.
We emphasise the constructive relationship children can have with technology under our positive digital citizenship ethos, and upskill students in understanding the importance of and ways to implement safe online practices.
Our primary sessions have been developed by our team of Child Psychologists and Teaching Staff. Our sessions are structured to be grouped for Kindergarten-Year 2 students, Year 3-4 students, and Year 5-6 students.
Topics covered in a 45-60 minute session include:
Exploring the population of people on the internet, and highlighting the need for online safety (catphishing for older students only).
Discussion of what information is safe and unsafe to post online, including privacy settings and how information can be shared online,
Exploration of compassionate communication online, including strategies for managing cyber bullying and where to seek help.
Additional strategies for staying safe online, including safe online gaming practices, geolocation tracking and
age-restrictions on social media.
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. Additional topics that may be covered can include 'Positive Digital Citizenship' and 'Safe Online Gaming'.
*Topic specific sessions are not available in all states. Please enquire below and we will endeavour to meet your requirements.