Information for Young People, Children, Parents and The Community

NJL’s Commitment to Child Safety


NJL treat everyone with respect, and we appreciate everyone’s differences. We want everyone to feel included and welcomed.


We have a responsibility to keep you safe so if you feel unsafe or concerned about your well-being then please come and chat to us or we can give you more information about what it means to be physically safe, emotionally safe, and safe online.

Giving you a voice

We want you to have a say. At NJL we make sure there are plenty of ways for you to do this. We introduce you to all staff, that way there is always someone available for you to talk to. We want you to be involved and feel comfortable enough to talk.


NJL are always here to help. We want to help you move forward with plans for your future and we want to help when things are going wrong. If you have any worries, then come and let us know.


We will be careful with your feelings and your needs. We will support you wherever and whenever we can.


We take safety very seriously. We make our spaces at NJL happy and welcoming for you. We will help educate you on safety and will always create a space where you feel safe and included.​

For more information please see the links below:

A guide to keeping children safe online (A good read for non-techy parents)

Click here to download

What is Cyber-bullying? An overview for students, parents and Teachers

Click here to download

Cyber-Safety – top ten tips for youth

The internet and mobile phones provide a great way to communicate and express yourself with others, but it’s important to make sure they’re used responsibly so that everybody has an enjoyable online experience.

Click here to download

Cyber-Bullying – Don’t start it – Don’t be a part of it

Cyber-bullying involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated and hostile behaviour by an individual or group that is intended to harm others.

It differs from traditional schoolyard bullying because it often continues outside of school and school hours. It can be 24/7 and sometimes the bully is anonymous.

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It’s almost impossible to imagine life without the internet and mobile phones.  With the touch of a button you can be connected to friends and family wherever they are.  But these technologies can also be used in a negative way – causing hurt to others.  Cyber-bullying is a growing problem.  Being the target of cyber-bullying is not your fault and there are things you can do to put a stop to it.

Click here to download

Preventing LGBTQ Cyber-Bullying

A guide for educators and parents – click here

A Guide to Keeping Children Safe Online

Click here for the website


iParent—where parents can learn about the digital environment and keep updated on their children’s technology use.

Click here for the website