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Mighty Heroes

The Mighty Heroes: Wanda the echidna, River the sugar glider, Dusty the frilled neck lizard and Billie the bilby.

About this resource

This suite includes four short animated video chapters and supporting educator notes. Each one features a hero and their online safety superpower.

Target audience


Lower primary


Accessing support, Online security, Respectful online relationships, Privacy and personal information, Online friends, Digital resilience, Cyberbullying, Critical thinking

Type of resource

Videos, educator notes


4 x 2-minute chapter videos or 1 x 11-minute compilation video; around 10 to 15 minutes of discussion recommended per chapter

Australian curriculum

Key learning areas

Digital Technologies, Health and Physical Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, English, The Arts

General capabilities

Digital Literacy, Critical and Creative Thinking, Ethical Understanding, Personal and Social Capability

Using this resource

  • Watch the videos on the Mighty Heroes student page with your class.
  • Press the pause button at any time to continue the conversation with your class.
  • Use the educator notes to support discussion of the key messages.

You can choose to watch the compilation video, which includes all four character chapters and a class discussion question after each key message, or you can watch each chapter separately.

Student page

Related resources
Wanda the echidna is holding a tablet with a key on it that represents online safety.
Online safety classroom posters
Use these posters to encourage students to have positive safe experiences online.
The Mighty Heroes
How our class stays safe online
Create a class tech agreement using the discussion questions, poster and guidelines.

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