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Staying safe and making sure our students are safe is a vital priority at Woodrush. This concern also applies to our use and students use of the Internet and online communication.

The internet is a valuable exciting resource and part of our everyday lives. However it can also be a tool that is abused by a minority so we should all be aware of the dangers so that they can be avoided.

Please take some time to view the content below to inform you of how to stay safe online and safeguard your children.

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Cyberbullying is when a child is threatened, harassed, humiliated or otherwise targeted by another child using digital technologies such as the internet and mobile phones. Cyberbullying can take place anywhere and at anytime and the person cyberbullying may attempt to appear anonymous.

If you are worried or upset it is important to talk to someone. It can be helpful to talk to a parent, carer, teacher or another adult that you trust.

  • Hide your personal details
  • Change your password often
  • Set networking sites and profiles to 'private'
  • Block the sender of hurtful or nasty messages
  • Never open messages from someone you don't know
  • Save nasty links, text messages and emails for evidence
  • Only give details to friends you know in real life
  • React appropriately to nasty or hurtful messages
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