Students have the opportunity to participate in an online safety lesson on Thursday 25 June
Australia's Biggest Child Safety Lesson is a free one-hour, live-streamed event for students focused on providing online safety strategies.
This year, Australia's Biggest Child Safety Lesson is being delivered for two different age groups, in different sessions:
- The first session will be held on Thursday 25 June, focusing on online safety for students aged between eight and 12 years old.
- The second session will be held on 10 September, during National Child Protection Week. The session will focus on strategies for students aged between four and seven years old.
How to register
Register via the Daniel Morcombe Foundation website
Registrations are open now
Once registered your school can access a preview of the lesson and will receive lesson activities and guides to help teachers supervise and answer students questions during the live-streamed lesson.
The lessons are also available through Arc, the Department's new digital platform for professional learning and student learning experiences:
Visit the PROTECT website
Find out more about child safety and how to identify and respond to child abuse
There is also a number of other useful online child safety resources including:
For guidance and support on family violence please call 1800 RESPECT.