Recently the Year 8 cohort at both Berwick and Officer Campuses participated in a cyber safety dramatic presentation from Brainstorm Production as part of our ongoing wellbeing program.
The College is educating students on the following:
Educational theatre that addresses cyber bullying in schools and helps improve student mental health and wellbeing.
Ruby loses her moral compass on blogs, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and MSN. She is instantly banished to “Cyberia”. Tim is in self-imposed exile playing online games.
When they indulge in cyber bullying and anti-social behaviour it creates havoc in the real world.
They suddenly realise they can’t just press the “undo” button to retrieve their relationships, reputation, dignity and most of all their privacy.
In consultation with IT, education and mental health experts, our creative team have woven together true stories of Gen Y/Z’s internet experiences. It poses questions about how the digital age is affecting our brains, our humanity and our future.
The Cyberia Cyber Bullying Program Covers:
Cyber Bullying – Digital Citizenship – Social Websites – Internet Security – Exclusion – Alienation – Isolation – Responsible Use of Technology – Internet Addiction – Impulse Control – Online – Reputation.
Following on from this session the Wellbeing Department would like to share the following informative link: