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6 We need you! The National Child Oral Health Survey requires at least 2,200 students aged from 5 to 14 years to participate from throughout the Northern Territory. Sanderson is one of the 56 schools that were selected by the University of Adelaide who have overall responsibility for the Survey and are the Chief Investigators. The purpose of this Australia-wide Survey is to create a current snapshot of the oral health status of Australian children and adolescents to inform effective policies in caring for child oral health. The last time this was done was in 1987-88. This Survey is supported by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, the state/territory dental services, the Australian Dental Association, and state/territory educational authorities. We are asking you to remind your parents to look at the package and consider giving consent to you participating in the Survey. Its never too late to participate!!! ThinkUKnow is an internet safety initiative which aims to raise awareness of the issues which young people face online and whilst using mobile phones. It is a partnership between the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Microsoft Australia, and is now proudly supported by ninemsn and Datacom. Parap Primary School will be hosting a ThinkUKnow presentation on Wednesday 7 August in the school Library, and all parents, carers and teachers are encouraged to attend. This presentation will cover topics such as how young people are using technology to have fun, online grooming, cyber-bullying, inappropriate content and e-security. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more about how young people have fun online, how you can help them to stay in control on the net, and how to report a problem. For more information, you can visit the ThinkUKnow Australia website at www.thinkuknow.org.au or contact Lisa Paddison on 89822922. We look forward to seeing you all at the presentation. http://www.thinkuknow.org.au/
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