Online safety awareness program celebrating Safer Internet Day on 6 February 2024.

Connect safely – secure apps and devices and review your privacy settings.

Reflect before act – think about how your actions online may affect others or your safety.

Protect yourself and others – learn how to stay safe online and report online abuse.

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Students’ rights and responsibilities in the digital age

Understanding digital rights and responsibilities can help create positive and enriching online experiences for everyone. The Cybermarvel program helps school communities and their families have fun, engaging and safe discussions, to help nurture safe and respectful digital citizens.

To learn more, check out the resources and events below for students, teachers, parents and carers.


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Cyber safe classroom

Engage your students with virtual classrooms and lesson materials.



Professional learning

Become more digitally aware so you can better support your students with their online safety education.


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Cyber safe parents

Learn how to improve your digital awareness, identify scams and protect your family when online.


Affectionate primary school age siblings laughing while doing screen time on a tablet computer.

Cyber playtime

Calling all 5- to 7-year-olds! Want to learn and have fun at the same time? Try our cyber playtime videos and activities.


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Cyber security careers

Cyber security needs you! If you are curious, inquisitive and love problem-solving, you'll love working in cyber!


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Digital Citizenship

Empowering school communities with the skills and knowledge to learn, connect, have fun and be safe online.

About Cybermarvel

The Cybermarvel program is a joint initiative of the NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT, SA and NT education departments. It takes direction from theeSafety Commissioner’s Best Practice Framework for online safety education. It aims to:

  • build staff and students’ cyber safety awareness and skills
  • inform parents and carers how to keep their family safe online
  • encourage safe and positive online behaviours and experiences.

Major partners include the eSafety Commissioner, Grok Academy, Inform and Empower, Cyber Safety Project, Microsoft, Google, Palo Alto Networks, Amazon Web Services and Lisa Rothfield-Kirschner.

It celebrates Safer Internet Day in February and Cyber Security Awareness Month in October. We encourage schools to promote online safety learning throughout the year.

Cybermarvel has already connected with 120,000 students and more than 3,300 staff and parents across Australia, guiding them to be safe, responsible and respectful online citizens.

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You have the right to access your personal information held by Department of Education, without excessive delay or expense. You also have the right to have your personal information corrected if it is inaccurate or out-of-date.  

If you would like to access or correct your personal information, please contact below: 

Legal Services - Privacy

Department of Education
GPO Box 33
Sydney NSW 2001

(02) 7814 3896

Access to information

You may also contact Department of Education if you have any questions about this privacy notice. 


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Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 

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