How are you involving parents in the cyber safety of their children?

Help build cyber safe families and win!

Working together to build cyber safe families

Cyber safety is a team effort between students, their family and school. Parents in particular need to be on board.

Parent engagement and education can do wonders in helping your school drive smart, safe and responsible online behaviour.

To help get parents more involved in cyber safety, the Department of Education and Training, together with the Alannah & Madeline Foundation, is giving you the chance to win some great prizes!

We want to hear about the great work you’re doing!

eSmart Schools in Victoria - all you need do is showcase how you are engaging and educating parents and carers about cyber safety to be in the running to win:

• a free Connect Workshop for parents run by expert facilitators valued at $500 and
• 25 eSmart Digital Licences to give to the parents at the Connect session
• a book voucher for the school library valued at $500.

(Total of eight winners during 2018).

The sky’s the limit – it could be (but not limited to) a parent evening with a guest speaker promoting positive online behaviour, a student-led activity, parent newsletter articles or social media posts – and don’t forget to include #CyberSafeFamiliesVIC.

The school with the most creative entry will win!

Help promote the importance of cyber safety in the home and the critical role parents and carers play.

Enter the competition!

Cyber Safe Families Competition Entry Form

In case you win!
Please enter your school's region if you know it
Please enter a contact email for your school's Parent and Friends Association if you know it. This way we can notify them of all the great work that you're doing!
This can be photos, videos, screenshots, Word documents, PDFs etc. Get creative!

**By filling this out, you have given us permission to contact this group on how the competition is going, as well as other communications from the Foundation.

View the Terms and conditions here.

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