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Wellbeing Week: Be an eSafe Kid: Online Boundaries – It’s ok to say ‘no’

Live Event

A live Virtual Classroom webinar to support Year 3–Year 6 students as they learn about online consent and permissions, and how to define online boundaries.

By the end of the learning students will be able to:

• identify consent and permission in a variety of online settings
• define and practise setting personal online safety boundaries
• develop help seeking and reporting strategies.

eSafety Commissioner

Excursion Details

Excursion Type

Live Event - Scheduled


Greg Gebhart

Contact Details

Date & Time

  11-Oct-2021    02:00PM






Requirements for this excursion

This event will be delivered via Zoom or YouTube Live.
To attend this event, you will require internet connection. 

For more information about this excursion content

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.esafety.gov.au

Downloadable resources for the event

These resources include:

Lesson plans for Year 3 to 4 (PDF, 151.54KB)

Lesson plans for Year 5 to 6 (PDF, 164.84KB)

Student worksheet for use during webinar (PDF, 283.62KB)

Scenarios to allow students to identify boundaries and practise refusal skills (PDF, 139.31KB)

‘I feel comfortable’ activity (PDF, 131.54KB)

Online boundaries – Teacher notes.pdf (PDF, 151.46KB)

Be an eSafe kid: Online boundaries – Pre- and post-webinar activity (PDF, 1.79MB)

Target audience – Level

Middle primary, Upper primary


Respectful online relationships, Refusal skills, Privacy and personal information, Permission, Boundaries, Consent, Choice

Type of resource

Live virtual classroom event, teacher notes, student worksheet, student follow-up activities


45-minute webinar

Australian curriculum

Key learning areas

English; Digital Technologies, Health and Physical Education, Media Arts

General capabilities

Literacy; ICT Capability; Critical and Creative Thinking; Ethical Understandings

NSW Department of Education

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