Resources for Parents
By speaking regularly to children about their personal safety and how they can protect themselves, as well as “tuning into” their worries, children are more likely to trust us and feel comfortable to talk to us when something big is going on. Make your influence positive; start a conversation today with your colleagues and families about listening to and valuing the voice of children and young people.
Here are some links that contain information on safeguarding and e-safety as well as resources to consider and activities for children:
Australian Catholic University – Safeguarding Children Information
National Child Protection Week
- Information regarding the Annual NCPW: “protecting children is everyone’s business.”
- Children’s Art Activity
- Resource Pack – Early Childhood, Ages 0-5 (Printable PDF)
- Children’s Activity Booklet – Primary Level, Ages 5-12 (Printable PDF)
NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian
- SAFE Series Videos + Activity Packs (Printable PDF)
- Parent Info for the SAFE Series (Printable PDF)
- A parent and carer guide to choosing a safe place for children (Video)
- A parent and carer guide to choosing a person to work with your child (Video)
- A parent and carer guide to choosing an organisation to work with your child (Video)
Keeping Kids Safe – Daniel Morcombe Foundation
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation is proud to provide a wide range of free Keeping Kids Safe Resources for Australian parents, carers, educators, and the wider community.
- Resources for students from prep to senior years and the suite contains over 20 videos and activities.
- Activities for Children
- Child Safety Fact Sheets
The Archdiocesan Marriage, Family & Relationships