Our staff are trained in either Reboot or Berry Street
Staff are asked to know and understand the needs of Young People
We encourage any staff interested in knowing how we work to read : From isolation to connection A guide to understanding and working with traumatised children and young people – Click here >
Our schools use Collaborative Problem Solving
The body of work by Dr Stuart Ablon and Think Kids as a way of understanding what the needs our young person are. We are committed to the idea that all Young People want to do well, and if they are not able to then … It is a Lack of Skill and not Will. There is great You Tube video that explores this concept. Click here >
We focus on using strength-based language
We encourage our Young people to know and name their strengths. A great site that helps young people identify their character strengths and build their unique character strength profile is: Click here >
Our schools enrol approximately 30% of First Nation young people
We are committed to ensuring each site either has a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and/or an Indigenousness Education Strategy. For more information regarding our reconciliation commitment please go to: Click Here >
What can we learn from a document called the Imagination Declaration?
This document was created in 2019 when a group fo indigenous young people gathered in East Arnham Land for the a Youth Forum as part of the Garma Festival. Click here >
How should educators address Racism?
Here is an article with 9 tips shared with us by Dr Marnee Shay. Click here >
Dan Siegel – “The Adolescent Brain”.
This is a brilliant strength based video explaining what happens in the brain as we develop. Great resource for all members of our Flexi. Click here >