Children and Safety in Australia: Safety Online
1 Jul 2018
As children grow, their curiosity about the world can sometimes expose them to dangers. Parents and care-givers will not always be there to protect them every second of the day so teaching them about staying safe, healthy and happy is important for their development. This series will provide children in Primary School with strategies for responding to situations in which they feel unsafe, worried or upset. Recognising when someone else needs a helping hand, and knowing what to do in an emergency, are also vital skills that children can learn as they grow into citizens of the future.
Australian Curriculum topics covered in this series:
• Personal safety
• Recognising danger
• Making healthy choices
• Responding to others in need
• Online safety for children
Hackers, trolls and stalkers all represent the ugly side of the Internet. They are everywhere online, and children using social media, the Internet and emails are going to encounter them at some time. This book provides practical ways to deal with cyberbullying and threats from people in the digital world. A 'Question and Answer' section presents real problem situations and suggests possible ways to respond. Learn about fake news and passwords, and ensure that all your online activity stays safe and enjoyable.