Adults – #POINTS


Has a teenager you know recently seen a performance of #Points. Explore the links below for more information on the issues and follow up resources to use with young people.


Cybersmart – Parents


Cybersmart is the government cybersafety website. It provides lots of clear information for parents.

www.cybersmart.gov.au – Parents

Headspace – Bullying


Famous people talking about their experiences of being bullied with advice and strategies to support young people.

Headspace – Bullying


The Alannah and Madeline Foundation – Bullying Hurts


Brochure of facts and figures for parents about bullying in Australian schools and also includes advice and strategies for parents.

Bullying Hurts



Dealing With Cybersafety

Responding To Incidents


Advice and support to manage and respond to serious incidents affecting students.

Department of Education & Training


Classroom Resources

SECASA – Respect Me. Don’t Sext Me


The education resource pack is designed for use during unscheduled times and emphasises the legal aspect of sexting. The goal of the resource is to help students make positive decisions about their lifestyle and use of technology. This pack provides teachers with short activities, games and discussion points for use with students.

A hard copy of the resource is available for order on the SECASA website for $25 and includes posters, story cards, post cards and board games. An online version is available for download for free.


Cybersmart – Tagged


The 20 minute video short film is recommended for use with students 14 years and older. The resource encourages young people to reflect on the real life consequences caused by cyberbullying, sexting and a negative digital reputation. The film is supported by character reflection interviews and lesson plans for teachers.

Access the Tagged film here: Tagged
Access The Tagged School Resources here: School Resources
Download the POOCH Model here: POOCH Model

The Line Campaign


The Australian Government has produced a series of interactive animated videos that look into the world of high school students and their relationships. Each video has multiple endings and approximately 2 minutes in length. Use this resource with students to highlight the different options that are available and the social consequences.

The Line

Cybersmart: Resources and Lesson Plans


Cybersmart’s web-based teaching resources are provided free of charge for use by teachers. These resources are supported by lesson plans and student handouts.

Cybersmart: Resources and Lesson Plans



Police / Legal

Victoria Legal Aid have provided a comprehensive step by step guide for presenting legal information to groups of parents, teachers and students:

Victoria Legal Aid – Sex, Young People and the Law


The Sex, Young People and the Law program is designed to assist young people to understand their legal rights and responsibilities. Each section of the education suite includes speaker notes; PowerPoint presentations; and activities that relate the issues back to criminal law.

Sex, Young People and the Law Education Program

Take A Stand Against Bullying – Brodie’s Law


This resource introduces Victoria’s anti-bullying legislation, also known as Brodie’s Law, to students. The short video is useful as an opening platform to discuss the legal ramifications of bullying.

Brodie’s Law


Community Youth / Mental Health

For mental health and wellbeing professionals to use with young people.

Kids Helpline – Make Cyberspace a Better Place


Kids Helpline has produced a series of animated education videos addressing cybersafety. Topics include online safety; cyberbullying; and sexting. Use this resource to introduce the issues to students and share support services including phone, web and email counselling services.

 Make Cyberspace a Better Place – Cyberbullying

Mind Matters – Dealing with Bullying and Harassment: Facing the Facts


Adolescence can bring very distinctive challenges. This component is all about how you build the capacity of young people to respond to the stressors in their lives, and how you can create a context in which students can drive their own mental health agenda.

Download the resource here: Facing the Facts

Information about the issues for mental health and wellbeing professionals.

National Centre Against Bullying – Bullying and Cybersafety


In this short video, leading experts share their views on the issue and highlight the long-term impacts of bullying and its detrimental affects on young people’s mental health.

National Centre Against Bullying