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Term 4 2015

A message from Judi Fallon, eSmart Program Manager:

Welcome to our final edition of the eSmart Schools newsletter for 2015. What a year it has been.

We now have almost 2,300 schools on their eSmart journey and 340 schools have ticked off all actions in each domain and reached eSmart Status!
We look forward to working with you all in 2016 and thank you all for your committment thus far in striving to create a safe and smart online environment for your school community.

From all of the Education and Community Team - have a fantastic and relaxing summer break.
 

Community engagement

On the back of this year's success we will continue to pilot our eSmart Community Engagement Program in Victoria in 2016 - and hope to expand to other states in the near future. Find out more.

Upcoming training

There are numerous training events over November and December.

Click here to book a session that suits you.
 

eSmart resources to get you to status

We have some fanstatic resources within the System Tool designed to make reaching status an easier process for you and your working group. Take a look at the - 'Path to becoming eSmart Checklist' + 'eSmart Action Plan'.
 

Shepparton schools come together to learn about cybersafety, bullying and mental health

In early October over 350 students from ten small local Shepparton schools came together to take part in a large Student Wellbeing Cluster Day “Speaking up Against Cyberbullying” for the second year running. Find out more.
 

Are you Australia's most eSmart Town?

The winner will be promoted through our media and social media channels, as well as receiving two tickets to next year's NCAB conference in Melbourne, valued at over $1,000! Submissions close Friday 30 October! Find out more.

 
Janine Allis, Boost Juice Founder

NCAB Conference July 2016: “Towards Bullying Solutions – Theory and Practice”

The National Centre Against Bullying's (NCAB) seventh biennial conference will focus on the work we are doing to address bullying, enhance wellbeing, create safe and supportive environments and ensure our work is always informed by research and evidence.

We will notify you when tickets are available. For more information visit ncab.org.au.
 

Contact us

Web. www.esmartschools.org.au
Email. esmart@amf.org.au
Phone. 1300 538 534

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