April, 2021

Your latest eSmart Schools Newsletter

eSmart would like to extend a warm welcome to all schools for Term 2.  Hopefully this term has started smoothly for everyone and you’re looking forward to progressing this year towards becoming an eSmart school.

We are very excited to offer you a variety of new resources in this newsletter and are also keen to connect with you via individual support meetings and professional development opportunities that can be accessed below.

We hope you enjoy the new newsletter layout. You are welcome to provide us with any feedback by contacting your eSmart Advisor.

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esmart support

Our eSmart advisors would like to extend an offer to all eSmart coordinators to arrange a 30-minute support meeting, where we can answer your framework queries and guide you towards gaining eSmart status.

Contact our support team

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school exemplars

Bayswater Primary School shares to resources on social and Fortnight, that they created for their parent community.

Read exemplar examples

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industry resources

The latest tip sheets and research to support you in reducing instances of bullying and cyber bullying.

Read more

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for your school's parent community

This review by Common Sense Media explains how TikTok works, how to manage privacy settings and the more concerning aspects including security issues and exposure to age inappropriate content.

Read more

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esmart resources

Our carefully curated set of resources to support your school through the eSmart framework.

View resources

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esmart stories

St Columba's School (Victoria) shares their team approach to achieve great outcomes for all.

Learn more

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esmart Professional development

eSmart is hosting a suite of webinars for staff, students and parents to help reduce the risks of online and offline bullying.

Register here

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esmart week 2021

All eSmart schools are now able to register for this year's National eSmart Week which will be held from Monday 6 to Sunday 12 September 2021.

Register here for National eSmart Week

eSmart is looking forward to helping all schools implement positive behaviours and supportive practices. We are dedicated to working with your schools eSmart coordinator and guiding you to become eSmart. We hope that the content covered in this newsletter is valuable to you, not only in supporting eSmart values at your school but as material that supports the overall wellbeing of your students.

eSmart teachers + eSmart parents = eSmart students

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