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    Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

    In 2020, for the first time, the Daniel Morcombe Foundation is producing two editions of ABCSL. On 25 June, we will focus on online safety strategies for children aged 8 to 12.

    Thank you all for attending our livestream event on 25 June. The lesson is available to view on this page.

    Our second safety lesson, specifically for children aged 4 to 7, will be live streamed on 10 September during National Child Protection Week. You can register for the early years ABCSL now too!

    Missed the livestream?

    Check out our ABCSL 2020 Broadcast below.

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    2020

    Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

    Our Upper Primary Lesson will be live-streamed on 25 June and will focus on online activities for children aged 8 to 12.

    Link to 2020 lesson >

    Lesson synopsis
    Educator guide
    Parent and carer guide
    Activity - Recognise
    Activity - Being Safe Online
    Activity - My safety network
    2019

    Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

    #CSL 2019 is suitable for children in year 4 to 6. Our news style lesson discusses safety issues with young people. Download and review guides prior to watching.

    Link to 2019 lesson >

    Activity - Junior Journo
    Activity - Recognise
    Activity - React
    Activity - Report
    Lesson synopsis
    Educator guide
    Parent and carer guide
    Kid Helpline Advice
    2018 Lesson graphic
    2018

    Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

    The Safety School lesson is suitable for 3 to 8 year old children. It teaches key personal safety concepts for early childhood in a fun and interactive way.

    Link to 2018 lesson >

    Poster
    My safety network activity
    Lesson synopsis
    Educator guide
    Parent and carer guide
    2017 lesson graphic
    2017

    Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

    Strategies for students in year 3 to 6 to help promote personal safety. Students will learn how to Recognise, React and Report unsafe situations.

    Link to 2017 lesson >

    Poster
    My safety network activity
    Educator guide