This series of factsheets for teaching and school staff was developed to support schools in addressing complex issues that might arise at school that relate to child sexual exploitation and/or online safety. They cover issues ranging from inappropriate games and jokes to handling reports of abuse or sexual coercion.
Audience: Teachers, school leaders and wellbeing staff.
Related online course: Teaching Consent To Children
The eSafety for Kids Education Package
The eSafety for Kids education package was developed in consultation with a team of experts, including a child and adolescent psychologist, education specialist, teachers, parents and in reference to the latest research and guidelines (at time of publication). It is designed to align with the recommendations in the Best Practice Framework for Online Safety Education (eSafety Commissioner).« Read less