This week, our Years 4-6 students will be starting their journey towards gaining a Digital Licence. This program has been developed by the Alannah and Madeline Foundation, with support from Google, to help protect children from online risks. This engaging resource was designed with cyber safety experts, teachers, and industry leaders in education and technology.
Here at Drysdale Primary School we endeavour to embrace the benefits of technology, and at the same time educate and protect our children from cyberbullying and other online risks. With thanks to the generous support from our Parent Fundraising Group and our School Council, we have been able to implement the Digital Licence, the most comprehensive educational resource for online safety and responsibility, for all students in Years 4-6 levels. Anyone who wishes to learn more about the program can visit the website digitallicence.com.au.