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Taylor was so looking forward to these holidays, hanging out with friends doing awesome stuff… but when some kid decided it would be fun to take some embarrassing pics and post them online, turning Taylor into the latest ‘Weird Dancing Kid’ meme, the holidays didn’t turn out to be so much fun after all… For anyone! This show uses two short scenarios to explore the potential dangers of social media for young people. Helping them to understand the importance of online respect and consent, as well as the consequences of trolling, online abuse and sending private pictures. Through the interactive playbacks and discussions, students are able to practice prosocial skills and collaborate to solve challenging predicaments facing young people today.

Concepts addressed • Cyberbullying and Trolling • Social Media protocols • Cybersafety and the Law • Conflict Resolution • Sending and Posting Personal/Intimate photos • Respect, Empathy and Consent in all online activities

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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Jasper is the new kid in school and is having a hard time fitting in - how can you help? With the overarching aim of bullying prevention, this show helps children develop pro-social skills and supports them in creating and promoting a culture of respect and consideration amongst their school community.

This interactive performance encourages year 4-6 students to think about how their behaviour can affect other people. It also helps them build confidence in social situations, making friends and developing resilience. 

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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When does online fun turn into real danger? When the cute boy you meet online turns out to be not who you expected and you’ve told him where you live. This energetic two-actor performance uses the world of online gaming as the backdrop for this timely reminder for students in Years 4 to 6 about making sure they stay safe on the Internet.

Running Time: 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end.

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