Bullying and Cyber Safety Program
Educational theatre that addresses cyber safety and cyber bullying in schools and helps improve student wellbeing and mental health.
Ruby loses her moral compass online. Anxious and struggling with impulse control, she is in danger of ruining her digital reputation. She is instantly banished to Cyberia.
Tim is in self-imposed exile. A lack of sleep and social interaction leads to mistakes, scams and misunderstandings online. He becomes isolated and withdraws into gaming.
Tim and Ruby must find their way back to retrieve their dignity, privacy and relationships.
In consultation with education and mental health experts, our creative team have woven together true stories of students' online experiences. It poses questions about how excessive and irresponsible use of technology is affecting our brains, our humanity and our future.
Cyberia Cyber Safety Program Covers:
Please note: this performance contains references to parental separation, anxiety, depressed mood and unsafe online interactions. Teachers please contact us to discuss if you have any concerns about the content as modifications can be made in some cases
Totally engrossed! A wake up call! Students could see the implications of cyber bullying, mistakes and decisions online. 10/10.
St Andrews College Marayong
Sensitively tackled issues of cyber safety, reputation, self perception and worth, friendships and integrity. 10/10.
Georges River College, Peakhurst
Students totally immersed! Raised awareness of cyber bullying, digital overuse, desensitisation, legal implications and the importance of face-to-face communication. 10/10.
Central Coast Grammar School
Powerful real-life example of the consequences of cyber bullying and overuse of gaming and devices. 10/10.
Mater Christi College
Highly recommended! Without doubt the best school performance of this type I’ve seen in 30 years of teaching. Thank you! 10/10.
Willunga High School
First class performance about bullying, respect and social justice. Audience was transfixed! 10/10.
Mackillop Catholic College
Brilliantly delivered, very poignant, fast moving, focussed, excellent content. Students were captivated, engaged and responsive. 10/10
Students enthralled! Highly professional, quality drama. Storyline was relevant and engaging and kept students thinking. Opened their eyes to the seriousness and dangers of cyber bullying and cyber crime. Clever storyline that covered many social/emotional issues. Actors were spot on, sharp, professional, punctual and organised. 10/10
St Paul’s College, Walla Walla
Powerful, dynamic, appropriate, relevant, engaging, entertaining and highly educational! Great Q & A. Supports cyber bullying/harassment/anti bullying policy. Self esteem, decision making, appropriate use of technology, discrimination and consequences. 10/10
St George Girls High School
Engaging, entertaining, enlightening! Students were totally engrossed! Great use of performance space, props, great direction, acting and sound effects. Relevant dialogue and storyline language really resonated with the students. Supports Cyber Bullying, Digital Citizenship, Cyber Safety policies and Drama and Personal Development. 10/10
Australian International Academy.
Engaging, relevant, professional! Great energetic actors! Clear messages about bullying, thinking before you act, being responsible and sensible on Face book, value of speaking to people face to face rather than on-line. Great Q & A. Excellent high quality service! Thank you. 10/10
Wangaratta High School
Fabulous! Sensational! Relevant and entertaining! Students were totally involved! Absolutely captured life in cyberspace. Covered bullying, hacking ,purchasing goods on-line, violence in computer games and the internet, relationships between siblings and parents, ‘coming out’. 10/10
Mooroopna Secondary College.
Students were captivated! Absolutely engaging. Informative and extremely well presented. Original, creative, clever use of sound, excellent acting. Covered the subject matter skilfully. Supports our Anti bullying, ‘Right to Feel Safe’ and ICT ‘Managing Individual Pathways’ and ‘Personal Development’ policies. 10/10
Students responded positively. They were engaged and entertained. Relevant concepts. Supports our computer, internet usage policy and bullying/pastoral care policy. Performers were professional. I would definitely book this performance again!
De La Salle College, Caringbah