We've put together tools for teachers and parents to set kids up with digital safety while at school.

Taking a device to school

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) means kids take devices such as tablets or laptops to school to help them learn in the classroom. 

While you can't be with them all the time, there are some things you can do to make sure your child is safe while they're learning. 

Read more about BYOD on Netsafe


Conversations in the schoolyard can continue at home or even escalate over online messages. Or children can be targeted for public harassment online.  Children experiencing this will need a lot of support. Netsafe has an excellent guide and you can report incidents to them to investigate. You can block phone numbers and social media accounts. View Netsafe contact details

How to report cyberbullying

If your child is being bullied or if you are a teacher and know of a student being bullied, there are ways that you can report this. Netsafe has an excellent guide for both teachers and parents to report incidents for Netsafe to further investigate. How to report cyberbullying to Netsafe

Harmful Digital Communications Act

The Harmful Digital Communications Act is a law that aims to help people dealing with online bullying, abuse and harassment. Read The Harmful Digital Communications Act to find out more information. View Harmful Digital Communications Act.

Getting support

There are a variety of helplines that provide free services to support kids such as over the phone counselling.  Find out more details about the following services: