The Commissioner's office is turning 10 and is inviting Year 4 students from all over WA to tell him what it is like being 10 years old and living in WA.
Professor Jane Burns is exploring how technology and social media can be used to improve mental health services for children and young people and strengthen their online resilience.
The Commissioner is consulting children and young people on what helps and prevents them from staying in school and enjoying their learning experience.
The Commissioner has developed a range of resources to support organisations to develop child safe strategies.
Browse reports, policy briefs, issues papers, submissions, media releases, speeches and other resources produced by the Commissioner.
The Commissioner works closely with children and young people, their families, community and government to make WA a better place for 0 to 18 year-olds.
Information and links for community members who are concerned about the safety and welfare of a child or young person.
Read more about the Commissioner's recent activities and events
Life lessons are not always learned in a classroom:
Students get a taste of real life: https://t.co/N63dfSutIu via @WAtoday
Over 1000 students registered to share views on life at 10 through my #WeAre10 project. Schools can register here:… https://t.co/bEVSSJbblN
I launched #WeAre10 today – a fun arts-based project that gives WA 10 year-olds a voice in their communities:… https://t.co/5JkgfrGt6s