Parent Online Resources
eSafety Commissioner's Assistance
Click to report cyberbullying directly to eSafety Commissioner. This process is a step by step process to help you to:
1. Report to Social Media
2. Collect Evidence
3. Make a report
Click to obtain assistance in steps needed to remove intimate images from social media, websites and private messages.
The eSafety Commissioner’s team investigates complaints from Australian residents and law enforcement agencies about offensive and illegal online content.
School Parental AIDE Sessions
Parent AIDE Sessions
The Anglican Schools Commission offers two types of school parental sessions covering up-to-date cyber safety issues affecting their children. The program is designed to assist parents to tackle complex issues using the AIDE Principle: Applications, Internet, Devices, Engage and Educate your child!
2018 Sessions will include new information from the eSafety Commissioner On the Edge 2017 conference!
The AIDE Principle session is followed up with Parental Q & A session 2 to 3 weeks after the main presentation.
These can be tailored to fit the school’s needs, for example holding drop in sessions with your child’s device!
We need a community response to a community issue!
Quick Help Links
Simple Interactive Guides, produced by Anglican Schools Commission, to help you navigate the online world of your child.
Take positive steps to help your child. Find out how to make reports and support those affected by it.
balancing screen time
Balancing time spent online is a key skill for all children. Teach your children how to make screen time usage plans.
IMAGE BASED ABUSE
Image based abuse affects 1 in 5 Australians and can happen to any one who shares images online. If this happens to your child it may have long lasting affects on your child.
Children need to know how to protect their privacy online. Make a game plan and set a time limit.
Social media can be fun but know the risks and where to get help if things go wrong.
The Online Safety Guide has been produced in multiple languages by the eSafety Commisioner.
Participating Anglican Schools have a Cyber Safety Champion to represent their school in the Anglican Schools Commission Cyber Safety Champion Network. Champions are nominated by each school because they fulfil important roles in driving each school’s cyber safety quality improvement agenda and efforts (such as eSmart Schools planning, implementing and sustaining). Speak to your schools Administration and find out who your school’s Cyber Safet Champion is today!
This is a quick Anti bullying message from His Royal Highness, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
Representatives from the Diana Foundation attended the 2017 eSafety Conference and delivered powerful messages about the effects of cyberbullying on children, and the need for all of us to start to talk and take a stand today!
Lets work together and build a better online community: be positive, be respectful and be smart online.
Image Based Abuse: Kate’s Story
Kate had been dating Lachlan for three years. He was her first boyfriend and they were totally in love. One day Lachlan asked Kate to send him some ‘special pics—just for him’. Kate trusted Lachlan, so she texted him a couple of topless photos and made him promise to delete them straight away.
Image Based Abuse: Steven’s Story
Steven had been going out with Sean for six months. Things were going well, they had fun together and so one night they took a few intimate pictures.
Image Based Abuse: Anna’s Story
Anna met her boyfriend Adam at work. At first they were just colleagues but they grew closer working together on a project that involved long hours—a few months later they were dating.