Welcome to The Resilience Project Partnership Program. We cannot wait to get started with you and your community!
To assist with the implementation of your program, we have collated the following documents which hold key information to set your school up for success.
If there is anything we can do to help support the launch of your Partnership Program, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your School Partnership Manager or the TRP Education Team via [email protected]
To assist you in setting up The Resilience Project Partnership Program in your school, please find linked below the following documents.
- Welcome pack information
- An overview of the documents laid out in this welcome pack
- Welcome meeting slides
- This is the presentation and information shared with you in the initial welcome meeting
- Program Checklist & Timeline
- To help you navigate all the key dates and events
- Welcome letter for families
- This letter is designed to be sent home to your families to introduce Parents/Carers to the program
- Resilient Youth Survey information
- Information to support developing a detailed wellbeing profile of your students
The following guides are designed to assist Victorian teachers deliver TRP curriculum in conjunction with the department of education Rights, Resilience and Respectful Relationships (RRRR) resource.
We have identified which activities in the RRRR resource compliment each TRP lesson. Please be aware that we have tried to identify all the opportunities for integration so some of the RRRR activities are repeated in several lessons and across year levels. Teachers can then select at which point they would like to complete the RRRR activity based on their individual planning needs.
We have created and linked a range of posters below to help you embed the GEM messaging in your classroom and around your school. Feel free to use these as simple print-and-display posters, or, you could consider using them as part of an interactive classroom activity (i.e. students pin their GEM examples to the relevant poster, or they could use them to brainstorm ways they can practise each principle).