Many Queenslanders may not be aware of the risks we face in cyberspace—but being cyber secure is no more complicated than the steps you take in other aspects of your life.
We all do things to safeguard our physical belongings such as locking our doors and ensuring a tight grip on our wallets. By taking the same care of your devices and accounts when engaging online, you can protect yours and our family’s valuable information and credentials.
Here you’ll find advice and tips to help you stay cyber secure online.
Internet Safe Education
In 2023, Barcaldine Prep - 12 State School was honoured to receive a visit from the team at Internet Safe Education. We are now pleased to advise that our school community now has access to a 24hr a day Cyber Safety Hub (ISE) who is a trusted Provider with the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. What does this mean for you?
You will have exclusive access to all the support, resources and education you will need to raise your child in the online world and create a safe, fun, education and productive family. The HUB is available to you on any device and applies to school aged children of all ages. This comes as no cost to you as a member of our community.
- Courses for you as a parent or carer that will guide you to setting up the ideal home technology environment.
- Dozens of targeted downloadable resources including conversation starters, victim indicators and a home technology contract for computers and phones.
- Live webinars throughout the term.
- Webinar library covering specific topics.
- Monthly articles that are recent accurate and relevant.
- Latest App updates.
- A direct link to the eSafety website for further resources or to report cyberbullying.
Visit the Internet Safe Education Hub Homepage to access these resources and enter our unique password: BP12SS.
Are your kids itching to jump on the social media bandwagon?
The eSafety Commissioner offers plenty of free resources and webinars to help equip parents with the skills to support their kids as they navigate privacy and sharing online. They offer advice on how to help your child deal with online safety issues, like:
Their free live webinars aim to give parents and carers the knowledge, skills and tools to support their children to have safe online experiences.
Their 2023 webinars include a broad range of topics that will be delivered by their expert education and training team.
View the 2023 webinar schedule (PDF, 115KB) to see if any of topics interest you.