Netsafe LIVE online

Across the country schools, teachers, students and their families and whānau have been navigating new online opportunities and challenges. As learning moves back into the classroom and physical spaces, Netsafe is here to help.

Recently we hosted four Netsafe LIVE online events to answer all the online safety questions schools and kura are currently asking and have invited along a few experts to share their thoughts.

The sessions were hosted live on Netsafe’s Facebook  page but if you didn’t manage to watch them during the live broadcast they are available now on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.


Missed the live broadcasts?  Catch the sessions by following the links below.

Netsafe LIVE for New Zealand’s education sector

April 29 @ 4pm

Netsafe’s Sean Lyons and Pauline Spence answer some of the burning questions for schools and kura and educators as schools adapt for remote and blended learning.

Netsafe LIVE for School Leaders 

May 21 @ 4pm

Katie Rawles (DP, Wellington College) joined Netsafe’s education team to examine how schools can approach online safety holistically involving all areas of the school, especially students, in initiatives.

Netsafe LIVE – Students and Schools Working Together

28 May @ 4pm

Netsafe’s education team and members of our Youth Action Squad explored how online safety initiatives can meaningfully support students.

Netsafe LIVE for Educators

June 4 @ 4pm

Lisa Byers (Team Leader, Tainui School) joined us to tackle the challenges and opportunities young people can face online and how educators can support in the classroom.

Got a question you need an answer to? Send it through to [email protected] and the team will get back to you.


Co-host a Netsafe LIVE event at your school

Netsafe LIVE events are face to face events, co-hosted with a local school and are open to the whole community. If you’d like to talk about co-hosting a Netsafe LIVE event in your area, please contact our Education Team at [email protected] or visit the events page on the Netsafe Schools website for more information.

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