The Staff Guidelines for the Safe Use of Digital Technology document provides clarity, protection to guide educators and when necessary, support formal processes. To maximise their value, we recommended that guidelines be developed in conjunction with staff.
This planner is focused on Online Safety, Digital Citizenships and wellbeing. It highlights key tasks and spreads them across the year
Netsafe’s new online learning platform launched in March 2023, featuring a suite of new school resources that were co-designed with learners and teachers. Netsafe has produced these classroom learning resources directly for young people, supporting schools further beyond “lesson plans” by creating interactive resources that can be completed by students during lessons (each online resource…
The New Zealand Curriculum Key Competencies support dispositions that enable young people to learn well now and into the future online. This resource outlines what these competencies could look like online.
This Online Safety Policy template creates an anchor between teachers, students, parents/whānau and the wider community about their understanding of safe online environments.
The Netsafe Student User Agreements template to cover all year groups that promote preparation, participation and encourage responsibility.
Knowing how to respond to a digital incident and what first steps to take is essential to reducing further harm and minimising distress. Examples of incidents range from school fights, cyber bullying, inappropriate image sharing, privacy breaches and incitement to self-harm or harassment online. The goal is to ensure the wellbeing and safety of those…