Subject: ✩ New tool for Primary Schools + regos closing for Brisbane PD

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Dear Friend,

Are you among the growing number of schools who are recognising that p0rnography poses a serious threat to children’s safety, wellbeing and development? It’s essential for schools and child/youth focussed organisations to respond as a matter of child protection. However, many are unsure what to do when faced with every-day situations. 

For instance, what steps should someone within a school or child/youth org take when a child attempts to disclose they've seen harmful and/or p0rnographic content? In response, Youth Wellbeing Project has produced simple guidance to answer this question.

1. Use Protective Interrupting
2. Ascertain the where/how/who/what
3. Follow Policies and Protocols
4. Educate to Prevent
5. Adopt a Whole-School Approach

We’ve expanded on these points in our latest news update and have created a simple download tool (below) that you can share with colleagues.

Please also remember that there’s only a few days remaining to register for the upcoming full-day workshop held north of Brisbane on July 26 - more details below. It would be great to see you there.

Till next time, stay inspired.
Liz Walker and the Youth Wellbeing Project team.
Responding to p0rnography as a child safety concern
Professional development for all who desire to remain on the cutting edge of child, youth and parent education which supports child safety in the digital age. Only a few days left to register for this fully catered event held on Friday 26 July north of Brisbane ~ book today.
Equipping Educators for Tricky Conversations

IQ PROGRAMS are written to meet the emerging needs of children faced with growing up in a hypersexualised and p0rn-saturated culture.

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Youth Wellbeing Project, PO Box 1055, North Lakes, QLD, 4509, Australia
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