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Netsafe education update — April 2017

Started by Karen Spencer 02 May 2017 11:18am () Replies (2)
Netsafe education update

In Term 1, we've worked with over 200 schools and kura across New Zealand. While some of this support involved helping schools through digital incidents, most of this was proactive professional learning. 

Netsafe is funded by the Ministry of Education to work with schools and Communities of Learning (CoLs). We can help you develop digital citizenship and promote online safety. We can host presentations and workshops face-to-face, or online via video conference.

“Your two facilitators were awesome and were the catalysts for the success of the seminar. Your pace was perfect, the breaks to discuss came at just the right time and the scenarios very vividly familiar to all present. What was really impressive was the paradigm shift that you effected – to concentrate on the values and attitudes, not the digital devices.” - Secondary Schools’ Wellbeing Schools Network, Lower Hutt. 

You can learn more about our services to schools on our website, or email us to discuss how Netsafe can support your school. 

Reminder: Bullying-Free NZ Week is coming up 22-26 May 2017. 
Download the activity pack for schools from the Bullying-Free website and check out the competition on page 8 to win $500 worth of technology.


This update was published in Netsafe's April newsletter. To subscribe, visit our websitehttps://www.netsafe.org.nz/ 


  • Tessa Gray (View all users posts) 04 May 2017 2:16pm ()

    Thanks again for all the great work you and your team do in Netsafe Karen. Great to know we have a big cloak of support as we navigate through new digital waters together. I'll help promote this support material wider too smiley

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