Relationship based Education

Relationship based Education is a philosophy of education that puts relationships at the centre. It is a tool for long-term culture change and for addressing challenges.

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Family Engagement

Parent-school partnerships are so important for kids, parents and schools. This section explores how schools and families can work together to create better educational outcomes for students. 

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COVID-19 resources

Resources to help you through times of COVID-19 restrictions. Supporting your own and your children’s wellbeing during lockdowns, managing home learning with your kids and more…

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Student Wellbeing

This section covers a range of issues that may affect the wellbeing of school students, such as bullying, mental health and respectful relationships. 

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Transitions and Careers

Starting school, moving from primary to secondary, planning for further education and a career – these are all big changes for young people. This section has advice for parents on getting through these transitions. 

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Public Education

We advocate for a fully supported Victorian public education system meeting the needs of every student. This section covers inequities in the Australian education system and campaigns for change. 

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Parent Rights and Responsibilities

What are the expectations – and obligations – that schools place on parents? This section covers school levies among other issues. 

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Equipment and Facilities

Education needs resources; in particular these days, digital devices are assuming a more central role in schooling. Do state school students have the resources they need? Who pays? 

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Diversity

We advocate for all students to have access to a quality state education, irrespective of ethnicity, level of ability. gender identity or sexual orientation. 

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Curriculum and Assessment

School curricula and methods of assessment are changing to fit a changing world. We speak to decision-makers on behalf of parents, and keep you informed of the changes. 

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