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Block. Report. Support.

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Department of Education has launched animations to encourage young people to block content, report it, and support each other if they see or experience bullying online.

It is important young people know they are not alone if they experience cyberbullying. Whether support is provided by teaching staff, parents, their friends or a support line, help is always available.

The animations were created through State Schools – Operations for the Department of Education to address online safety and cyberbullying in state schools.

Share these videos with your students and start a conversation to help identify, understand and respond to cyberbullying.


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For Years 3 to 6

Gaming and cyberbullying

 

Watch the video

Transcript (DOCX, 16KB)

Video platforms and cyberbullying

 

Watch the video

Transcript (DOCX, 25KB)



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For Years 7 to 12

Anonymous school accounts

 

Watch the video

Transcript (DOCX, 16KB)

Sharing intimate photos

 

Watch the video

Transcript (DOCX, 15KB)

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Resources for teachers

Discover resources to prevent and respond to cyberbullying and educate students about positive online behaviour.

Information for parents

Help is available if your child is experiencing cyberbullying.

Information for young people

If you or someone you know is being cyberbullied, you are not alone and help is available. Contact someone for help and support.

Last updated 14 October 2021