Recognise, respond, report

About this resource

This resource focuses on learning about bullying, so you can support students and parents and carers who may be impacted by bullying. You will consider what bullying is and what the impacts are, and be introduced to ways to support students, parents and carers, and yourself, when faced with bullying and its implications.

Life Ed created this video for parents and carers to watch with their young people and is housed in the Parents and carers part of this resource. Consider watching it with your students and encouraging them to share and watch with families. The attachments house the flyers that have been created to assist parents and carers in navigating these conversations.

3.7 – Engage parents and carers in the educative process 

Describe a broad range of strategies for involving parents and carers in the educative process. 

4.1 – Support student participation 

Identify strategies to support inclusive student participation and engagement in classroom activities. 

7.3 – Engage with the parents and carers 

Understand strategies for working effectively, sensitively and confidentially with parents and carers. 

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Finding your way

Tips for navigating and using the resources

  • This site is designed to be like a smorgasbord. You can use as many or as few resources as you like – choose what is relevant for you.
  • Resources are presented as 'books' and consist of a series of pages; use the 'prev page' and 'next page' links located at the top of the page to move through the resource.
  • Once complete, choose the 'What's next' prompt at the bottom of the page to move to the next resource.
  • Find resources grouped in collections in the footer, for example: classroom activities, introduction to transition.
  • Activities can be adapted according to teachers’ preferences and the needs of their students. Downloadable activities are in Word, PDF or PowerPoint so that you can edit them for your own needs.

Teachers may also consider how they want students to “keep” the activities they do in class, so they have them for reference at a later stage (at their secondary school or for future wellbeing reference).