Cyber Safety

At SEA, we understand the complexities of living in an online world. It’s unrealistic to expect that we can protect young people from every piece of inaccurate or harmful content on the internet, or to be able to monitor every text, DM or Snapchat they send.

Our cyber safety education programs provide ideas around the safe use of technology, and provide students with practical tips and strategies they can use day-to-day to manage online issues.


  • being kind and respectful online
  • being a good bystander and upstander
  • being a good digital citizen
  • cyberbullying — what it is and where to go for help
  • discussions about keeping personal information private
  • discussions about passwords and privacy settings
  • laws related to technology
  • online stranger danger
  • safe social networking — privacy, friends, safe sharing, respect, ethics
  • sexting
  • discussions about exposure to sexually explicit material online (pornography)
  • time on devices — finding the balance
  • where to seek help for online issues

Resources for parents/carers

Please make sure if you plan to share any of these with your child that you view first to make sure they are suitable for your family setting. Click on the links below: 

eSafety Commissioner
Common Sense
Culture Reframed
Media Smarts
eSmart – Alannah & Madeline Foundation
Student Wellbeing Hub
Kids Helpline
Be You
National Centre Against Bullying
Bullying No Way
Raising Children

If you’d like more information on how we can help with cyber safety, contact us at for more information or you can directly enquire about bookings here.