Kids safety learning zone

There are loads of great online resources that other organisations have developed to help kids feel safe and learn about safety. Here are some we recommend.

Kids’ safety resources

Playing it safe

Playing It Safe aims to help parents, carers and educators teach pre-school-aged children how to stay safe online. It uses play-based activities to help young children understand digital technologies. Produced as a partnership between Alannah & Madeline Foundation, Australian Federal Police, the eSefety Commissioner and Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation.

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Keeping Kids Safe

The Keeping Kids Safe Resources have been created in memory of Daniel Morcombe to help keep other children and young people safe. The resources are written for students from prep to Year 12 and contain more than 20 videos and activities. Produced by the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

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eSmart Digital Licence

The eSmart Digital Licence is an online cyber safety program teaching children critical digital skills to be smart, safe and responsible when online. Produced by the Alannah & Madeline Foundation.

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Triple Zero Kids Challenge

The Triple Zero Kids’ Challenge enables kids to learn how to confidently get help in an emergency, by playing games and solving mysteries. They’ll learn about safety messages and hear what happens when you call Triple Zero (000).

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eSafety Commissioner

Loads of great targeted eSafety resources for parents, teachers, kids and young people including webinars and advice on topics such as cyberbullying, online gaming, being safe online, sharing photos and personal info, and security and privacy.

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ThinkUKnow Australia is an evidence-based education program led by the Australian Federal Police to prevent online child sexual exploitation. It addresses topics including online grooming, image-based abuse and sexual extortion.

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Neighbourhood Watch Victoria acknowledges the 38 mobs, the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate, live, and gather as employees and volunteers. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

At Neighbourhood Watch, we believe everyone has the right to feel safe and welcome. We are committed to ensuring diversity, inclusion and equity are embedded throughout our organisation – in the work we do, the services we deliver and among our staff, volunteers, and the communities we work with.