eSmart/eSafety

Dear Parents,

Words won’t hurt

Bullying hurts most when it happens all the time and more and more people get involved.

There is a growing awareness both in Australia and internationally, of the harmful impact bullying can have on all members of the school community. Bully Stoppers aims to strengthen prevention and empower everyone to make a stand and become a bully stopper, reducing incidents of bullying in all Victorian schools. Please click on the following link from the Victorian State Government Education and Training Website to access relevant information, Cyberbullying can be pervasive and incessant. Parents should be aware of what they can do to help.

https://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpwordswont.pdf

But I didn’t do it

If you see online bullying, it is important to tell someone who can take action.

There is a growing awareness both in Australia and internationally, of the harmful impact bullying can have on all members of the school community. Bully Stoppers aims to strengthen prevention and empower everyone to make a stand and become a bully stopper, reducing incidents of bullying in all Victorian schools. Please click on the following link from the Victorian State Government Education and Training Website to access relevant information, Cyberbullying can be pervasive and incessant. Parents should be aware of what they can do to help.

https://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpdidntdoit.pdf

I didn't mean it

Pretending to be someone else online or offline may seem like a joke but it is actually lying.

There is a growing awareness both in Australia and internationally, of the harmful impact bullying can have on all members of the school community. Bully Stoppers aims to strengthen prevention and empower everyone to make a stand and become a bully stopper, reducing incidents of bullying in all Victorian schools. Please click on the following link from the Victorian State Government Education and Training Website to access relevant information, Cyberbullying can be pervasive and incessant. Parents should be aware of what they can do to help.

https://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/programs/bullystoppers/rtpdidntmeanit.pdf

 

Teresa Higgins

Esmart Coordinator