Info for Parents on Sexting

‘Sexting’ means sending sexually explicit photos or videos electronically (eg by mobile phone, app, chat, social networking or email).  With modern technology this can be done instantly, but it can have serious and lasting consequences.

For people under 18, sexting is illegal.  It is a criminal offence to take, possess, or transmit a naked image of a person under the age of 18 years.  It doesn’t matter if your child took their own photo and willingly sent or published it.  You cannot ‘give someone permission’ to break the law.  Penalties for these offences are very serious and can result in your child being placed on the sex offender’s register.

It is important that you regularly talk to your child about their experiences with communications technology.  Make sure that you continually reinforce that your child should come to you if they have any problems, if they see something that they know is wrong or anything that upsets them.

If you require further support, please speak to your school principal or student wellbeing co-ordinator.

Information for Parents on Sexting

Aydon and Darnell’s Story – Robotics

We have studied Robotics for a semester and have really been enjoying it. In doing this subject we have learned how to create and program robots to accomplish set challenges. We’ve managed to complete an obstacle course for our robot to complete without any instructions. In addition, we’ve done a PowerPoint project outlining the concept of what a robot is and how it’s affected society.

We are glad to have participated in this elective subject as it will help us in our future if we are later interested in an occupation that requires robotic and computer technological skills. This subject is useful to us as it has given us an outlook on how important robots and technology are now and how they will benefit us in the future.

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