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Safe on Social Evening provides valuable information


The Safe on Social Media parent/carer session on 15 March was packed with information about the most popular social media apps and trends, what they are, how they work, security and privacy tips for safe use. The real-life case studies gave an insight into current issues and experiences, with strategies provided to help parents and carers support their children.

Thank you to Anna from Safe on Social and all parents, carers and staff who attended these valuable sessions.

Tips for Students

  • Set all social media profiles to private  (‘ghost mode’ on snap chat).
  • Avoid linking social media accounts together e.g., don’t have your snap handle listed in your insta bio.
  • Change your password and check security settings every school holidays.
  • Mute notifications – you do not have to respond immediately!
  • Always tell a trusted adult if you need support.

Resources for Parents

Download the Tips for Parents flyer below, visit the Safe on Social website or the e-Safety Commissioner website for more information and resources for parents.