A teaching resource that helps you to understand students’ knowledge and confidence when using digital technology
This year, with the support of Microsoft, our team are adding to our existing school and kura suite with new materials on the topic of generative AI.
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…
This pack gives schools and kura ready-made online safety resources to share with their communities. These are designed to be easy to cut and paste into communications and modify to schools/kura needs.
This document evaluates how the digital tech and online platforms use contributes to safe learning environments and digital safety.
The Netsafe Student User Agreements template to cover all year groups that promote preparation, participation and encourage responsibility.
This information is an overview of the Harmful Digital Communications Act (the Act), including the responsibilities of schools. The information is useful to accurately explain the Act to school leaders and educators, and to understand the help available under the legislation for students targeted by harmful digital communications. Why is the Act important for schools?…