Secondary school students will join our experienced lifesavers as they go 'virtual' patrol to solve real life beach safety scenarios and problems.


In our FREE, live, 45 minute stage based curriculum aligned virtual sessions your students will meet a real lifesaver as they work through problem solving and scenarios. Specifically created for students from 7-12, these virtual classroom sessions feature interaction with our experts and opportunities for Q&A. Our sessions are easily accessible from your classroom through Zoom with no limit to the number of students who can join. Registered schools will receive activity worksheets and content outlines to support in depth learning and student engagement.

In this stage based, curriculum aligned FREE virtual session, students will have the opportunity to compete in groups with their classmates, as they problem solve real life Lifesaving scenarios.

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In this stage based, curriculum aligned FREE virtual session, students will have the opportunity to problem solve and discuss real life Lifesaving scenarios as they explore the life and challenges of a Lifesaver.

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Like to know more about beach and ocean safety? Check out these resources.

Beach & Ocean Safety

Be prepared before you head to the beach and learn our useful tips to keep you, your family, your friends and your loved ones safe when you visit our beautiful coast!

How to stay safe at the beach

The beach is for everyone to enjoy. Knowing how to stay safe while at the beach will make sure that you and your family have the best day possible.

Learn about marine creatures

There are lots of amazing marine creatures that live in the ocean and on our beaches. What are the ones you should look out for when you visit the beach?

What is a surf lifesaver?

Each summer over 20,000 members of SLSNSW put on the iconic red and yellow uniforms at beaches across the state. So who exactly are these heroes in red and yellow? Let's find out!

What is a rip?

Rip currents are one of the biggest dangers at the beach. Knowing what a rip is, how to spot one and how to avoid one is key to staying safe at the beach.

What is a wave?

Waves can be fun. You can dive under them, jump over them, watch them gently roll to shore or be awed by their power as they crash on the beach. So how are they formed?


Before you visit the beach go to the Beach Safe website. Find a beach near you including local conditions, lifesaving services, safety advice and information about flags, signs, rips, and waves.

Learn & Play in your Language

Welcome to our multilingual hub! Here you will learn in your own language about the beach, rip currents, lifesavers, rock fishing and most importantly how you and your family and friends can stay safe while enjoying our beautiful beaches.