In today's climate, it is not uncommon for school-aged children to own their own mobile phones, and to take these devices to schools.

Victoria's recent policy of banning students' mobile phones at schools is designed to decrease the amount of cyberbullying and online risks children are being exposed to; as well as aiming to reduce incidents of irresponsible behaviour online.

Bully Zero Chief Executive Officer, Janet Grima, speaks to The Today Show hosts to discuss whether these restrictions are effective, and talk about what else can be done. 

Press the play button on the video above to watch.