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Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson

Thu September 5 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am

Free

Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson – Join our online broadcast on Thursday 5 September 2019 in Child Protection Week

One of our best-loved Day for Daniel activities, Australia’s Biggest Child Safety Lesson, will now be available in National Child Protection Week. The lesson is a 20-minute educational video which covers important personal safety topics. Last year, over 100,000 students watched the live stream on Day for Daniel and a further 100,000 are estimated to have accessed it in the following week.

Now in its third year, this edition of ABCSL will be designed for upper primary school students. We’re indulging our inner journalists with a news bulletin theme: #CSL. Students will learn about their right to be safe and how to recognise, react and report in unsafe situations.
Feedback from educators has revealed that it is valuable to access this resource ahead of Day for Daniel. As such, the Foundation has decided to launch ABCSL in National Child Protection Week, which takes place from the 1st to the 7th of September.

Register online at https://danielmorcombefoundation.com.au/australias-biggest-child-safety-lesson-2/ to join the live stream on Thursday the 5th of September from all over Australia.

Details

Date:
Thu September 5
Time:
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://danielmorcombefoundation.com.au/australias-biggest-child-safety-lesson-2/

Organizer

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation
Phone:
1300326435
Email:
admin@danielmorcombe.com.au
Website:
www.danielmorcombefoundation.com.au

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Who can attend this event
Australia's Biggest Child Safety Lesson can be live streamed across Australia. This online broadcast is aimed at children in years 4 - 6.