Cyber safety messages for children

Jayde Hilson with Constable Care, Osh Leonard and Wanneroo Deputy Mayor Dot Newton.
Jayde Hilson with Constable Care, Osh Leonard and Wanneroo Deputy Mayor Dot Newton.

Students in Years 3 to 6 at Brighton Catholic Primary School attended the cyber safety session at the Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre on December 2.

Constable Care performers Dean Lovatt and Natalie Edge taught them about dangers of the cyber world and how to make safe decisions online.

Literacy and learning specialist Ashlen Begg and online services librarian Gaye Margetic demonstrated the library’s online services and children received a Constable Care certificate.

The Constable Care Child Safety Foundation’s theatre-in-education program was designed to speak to children in a medium that is fun, engaging and memorable.

It was recognised as a national winner at the Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards held at Parliament House in Canberra in November.