Ollie Online

Students will explore what it means to be safe and healthy online.

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NSW teachers - please ensure if you are logged into YouTube using your DoE login that you turn off restricted mode. This will allow you to watch YouTube Live and access Ollie Online's virtual classroom.

Join Australia’s most-watched online safety duo, Ollie & Marty, as they explore what it means to be safe online. Students will be entertained as they learn new songs and moves to help reinforce the important messages that will help them thrive online. 

Foundation (K) to 2 students will sing and dance along with Marty and Ollie to learn:  

  • the internet is like a theme park
  • how to balance screen time with green time
  • why we don't share private information online


  • Wednesday 19 October 2022 from 10:15 am to 10:45 am AEDT.
  • Thursday 20 October 2022 from 2:15 pm to 2:45 pm AEDT.

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Syllabus outcomes

NESA outcomes
  • Students demonstrate an understanding of strategies that promote a sense of personal identity and build resilience and respectful relationships (PDe-2, PD1-2, PD2-2).
  • Students develop and use self-management skills that enable them to take personal responsibility for their actions and emotions and take positive action to protect and enhance the health, safety and wellbeing of others (PDe-9, PD1-9, PD2-9).
Australian Curriculum version 8.4


ICT capabilities

Students apply appropriate practices to recognise the intellectual property for digital information of themselves and others. They use appropriate practices for the physical and logical storage and security of digital information, and apply appropriate protocols when using ICT to safely create, communicate or share information. Students gain an understanding of the benefits and consequences of the use of ICT by individuals, groups and communities and the impact of the use of ICT on the fabric of society. In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:

  • recognise intellectual property
  • apply digital information security practices
  • apply personal security protocols
  • identify the impacts of ICT in society.
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