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ThinkUKnow Internet Safety Program

7/08/2013

ThinkUKnow is an internet safety program tailored to parents/caregivers developed by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Microsoft. Using the content from the program, the session will outline the popular applications used by students, the risks they may be exposed to and how to minimise these risks, and finally where to report them.

ThinkUKnow Australia has a number of free resources which you can download from the  ThinkUKnow web site, including fact sheets, promotional posters and videos. However, you must be a member of ThinkUKnow to access these resources.  When you sign up, you also have the option of subscribing to the ThinkUKnow e-newsletter.  This is a monthly publication which provides information on the latest trends in the use of technology by young people, as well as news on the ThinkUKnow initiative.

ThinkUKnow are running sessions tailored to parents/caregivers, which will outline the popular applications used by students, the risks they may be exposed to and how to minimise these risks, and finally where to report them.

The session includes short videos and real life case studies and is for an adult audience only. Schools can register and host teachers at their school or facilitate parents' access from their own homes.

Contact the school if you are interested in attending one of these sessions on 3824 9222.