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Internet Safety and Cyberbullying

Internet Safety and Cyberbullying

Author: Anita Spencer
Author Role: Deputy Director of Primary

Students in Years 4 to 6 are involved in an educational program run by Brett Lee from Internet Safe Education, which looks at internet safety and cyberbullying. Brett has worked as a Queensland Police Officer and Detective, predominantly in the field of Child Exploitation. Further to this, he has worked with the FBI in the USA with a focus on Cyber Crimes and Crimes Against Children. Brett will provide a presentation to parents next Wednesday 6 March, commencing at 6.30pm in the Auditorium.

Brett Lee’s presentations equip younger students with the skills and knowledge necessary to use the internet safely, creating an awareness of their rights and responsibilities in the digital world. This is achieved through dynamic and engaging presentations targeting empowerment, awareness and self-esteem. 

Brett helps to make a difference and create a positive mindset change when it comes to young children and technology. In our complex digital world, we believe this IS achievable. Our aim is to build upon and reinforce the valuable messages that are already being imparted by schools and parents by making these messages real to students.


We strongly encourage all parents to attend this presentation, which will also include a section from Family Zone (the College's cyber-safety platform provider), where you can learn more about the benefits it offers for families with children using the internet. More information about the evening can be found here.