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Safety Points for Students to Consider Turn off the screen and tell a teacher immediately.Cyber Bullying Cyber bullying is bullying through the use of communication technology like mobile phone text messages, e-mails or websites.‘Cyber-safety,’ refers to the safe use of the Internet and ICT equipment / devices, including mobile phones.
All students will be issued with a use agreement and internet safety rule agreement and once signed consent has been returned to school, students will be able to use the school ICT equipment / devices.
‘ICT equipment/devices,’ used in this document, includes but is not limited to, computers (such as desktops, laptops, PDAs), storage devices (such as USB and flash memory devices, CDs, DVDs, video tape, floppy disks, i Pods, MP3 players), cameras (such as video, digital, webcams), all types of mobile phones, gaming consoles, video and audio players/receivers (such as portable CD and DVD players), and any other, similar, technologies as they come into use.
‘Objectionable’ / ‘Inappropriate material’, in this agreement means material that deals with matters such as sex, cruelty, discrimination or violence in such a manner that it is likely to be injurious to the good of students or incompatible with a school environment.
At Kamaruka Education Centre, students are taught to: Understand how to use these technologies safely and know about the risks and consequences of misusing them.
Know what to do if they or someone they know are being cyber bullied. If they do have a problem, they can talk to the school, parents, the police, the mobile network (for phone) or the Internet Service Provider (ISP) to do something about it.