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Souths Cares and the Rabbitohs Promote Safer Internet Day

Souths Cares engaged over 3,200 students on International Safer Internet Day to promote safe internet use to primary and high school students.

eSafety workshops were delivered at 13 primary and high schools throughout South Eastern and South Western Sydney, focusing on key issues including cyberbullying, online privacy, scams and gaming.

ESafety with the Rabbitohs

The initiative was well supported by the Rabbitohs first grade squad, with a total of 18 players co-presenting the eSafety workshops and encouraging students to stay safe whilst on-line.

Alisha Parker-Elrez, Souths Cares General Manager said the initiative was a huge success.

“We were thrilled to be able to see so many students throughout metropolitan Sydney on Safer Internet Day and promote some important key messages to both primary and high school students," Parker-Elrez said.

"I wanted to give a special mention to the Rabbitohs playing squad who have thrown their support behind the initiative and continue to support Souths Cares various community programs.”

Participating schools included St Michael’s Primary School, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School, Mascot Public School, Our Lady of the Annunciation Primary School, Pagewood Public School, St. Bernard’s Primary School, Marwarra Public School, St Andrews Primary School, Miller Technology High School, Busby West Public School, Ashcroft Public School, Lurnea Public School and All Saints Catholic College.

Souths Cares and the Rabbitohs support for Safer Internet Day is part of the a new eSafety program which will target over 15,000 primary and high school students throughout 2021 with the support of the Federal Government’s eSafety Commissioner.