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Cyberbullying Information Sessions

Many parents and teachers are concerned about cyberbullying. It is a serious problem that can hurt young people, families and school communities. Cyberbullying is also a complex problem that is often invisible to parents and teachers.
In February the Premier appointed a group of Queenslanders who are passionate about stopping cyberbullying of young people. The Queensland Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce is chaired by well-known author and commentator, Madonna King, and includes members with knowledge and expertise in education, youth health and wellbeing, law, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, disability and families.
The Taskforce needs your help to develop a framework for Queensland to help reduce cyberbullying of young people. They want to hear from parents, carers, students, teachers and other experts in schools. In particular, the Taskforce wants to hear about your ideas to:
  • prevent or reduce cyberbullying 
  • support people affected by cyberbullying of young people.
How to have your say
Upload your ideas as a submission on the Taskforce website
Come to a public forum in 12 Queensland locations including Brisbane, Cairns, Rockhampton and Charleville. For information about forums visit
Everyone can be part of the stand against cyberbullying. Ms King and the Taskforce members look forward to hearing from you.

On Friday 25 May our year 4, 5 and 6 students will attend information sessions on cyberbullying.  This follows parent sessions that were held in April.  For more information on cyberbullying go to