The Resilience Project and Respectful Relationships

The Resilience Project is committed to teaching positive mental health strategies to prevent mental ill-health and build young people’s capacity to deal with adversity. Teachers and students will engage in weekly lessons and activities around the key principles of Gratitude, Empathy, Mindfulness (GEM) and Emotional Literacy to build resilience.

Check out their website for more information:

The Resilience Project

And check out TRP@HOME; a place filled with inspiration and activities for the whole family,
to help improve your wellbeing and build resilience.


Respectful Relationships is a program that aims to empower children and young people to develop healthy, equal and respectful friendships and relationships.  Classroom curriculum materials complement our existing wellbeing programs and philosophy. The Respectful Relationships program is enhancing our work around:

  • Social Emotional Learning
  • Personal Strengths and Positive Education
  • Self-regulation, Positive Coping and Problem Solving skills
  • Child Safety and Help Seeking behaviours
  • Challenging gender-based violence
  • eSafety
  • Restorative Practice, Positive Behaviour Support and Anti-bullying programs.

The Resilience Project and elements of Respectful Relationships and other wellbeing resources are used to plan the school’s Student Wellbeing programs.