Cyber Safety Parent Forum – Presented by Project Rockit

  • 06:30 PM

Project Rockit have been providing engaging workshops for our students for a number of years. These workshops have supported student learning in the curriculum area of Personal and Social Capability, which is taught within our Social Skills program, The 4 Rs, Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships.

‘The Personal and Social Capability is essential in enabling students to understand themselves and others, and manage their relationships, lives, work and learning more effectively. The capability involves students learning to recognise and regulate emotions, develop empathy for others and understand relationships, establish and build a framework for positive relationships, work effectively in teams and develop leadership skills, and handle challenging situations constructively.

The Personal and Social Capability curriculum is organised into two interrelated strands: Self-Awareness and Management and Social Awareness and Management.’

Project Rockit- Support: Parent, Carer and Educator Forum

This forum provides information and an an opportunity for the broader school community to come together and learn from a team of expert presenters about the strengths and challenges of navigating the online world as a young person.

This session will focus on providing some literacy about what social media platforms are out there and how young people use them. It will provide information and facilitate discussions about ways to support young people to navigate the online world safely and positively. It will also explore ways that students/children can keep an open dialogue with their teachers and other adults in the event that they may encounter difficult behaviour inline.

If you would like to attend this forum, please email Northcote.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au by 16th August

Subject: Project Rockit

With your family name and number wishing to attend using the prefix Rockit

Eg. Rockit Smith 2.

The venue for this event will be at school and will be advertised once we have confirmed the number of attendees.

Ross Bennie

Bennie.ross.a@edumail.vic.gov.au

Assistant principal