Students from Grade 4 and 5 at Kerang South Primary School in Victoria, have come together to create this fantastic video about cybersafety and using social media responsibly. Their video is a great example of a school students coming together to workshop ideas around cybersafety at school, as well as acting and filming.
Creating a video like this will help schools tick off action 5.4 and 5.5. If students from different ages are involved in the project 3.3 is also being addressed and if it is shared with parents and the community like this example, the video will also help you tick off 6.2 and 6.3.
All year 4 and 5 students were involved in some way.
Thank you for sharing this with us Kerang South Primary School!
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