Youth CyberZone

Green Bay High School encourages our young leaders of tomorrow to reach their full potential and take advantage of leadership opportunities.

Students are given the opportunity to learn and showcase their leadership talents through various roles within House Leadership, sporting and cultural activities. Our expectation is that all senior students will provide leadership to the rest of the school and be positive role models for all our students. This is especially true for those students who are selected as school leaders in Year 13.

Green Bay High School is proud to be part of the Youth CyberZone programme, aimed at training and developing student leadership teams to raise cyber-safety awareness amongst their peers. Our 2018 Youth CyberZone (YCZ) team are Year 13s: Harry Cuthbert and Samantha Cudd Wahrlich; Year 12s: Alyssa Clemas, Sylvie-Rose Strange and Olivia Picard; Year 11s: Troy Cavill and Curtis Chapman; and Year 10: Elijah Mendoza.
They have all been taking part in workshops in order to provide safe and positive support regarding online and offline experiences. As well as promoting a positive and safe online space in school and the community through their Instagram and their Youth CyberZone Facebook page, our YCZ team will also be instrumental in helping to organise a variety of events throughout the year, such as school assemblies, guest speakers, and a Pink Shirt Day.
The YCZ team will also collaborate with other participating school groups and the wider Youth CyberZone teams, with meetings to strategize, collaborate and support each other for a broader reach and stronger impact.
Youth CyberZone teams are trained in the Cyber Savvy Schools Programme designed by Telethon Kids in Australia. It is internationally ranked as one of the most rigorously tested cyber leader education programmes that has successfully reduced cyberbullying.