Secondary School Programs

We offer a range of programs specifically catered for high school students. Our presenters will attend your school to present important topics centred around personal responsibility and anger management, with the addition of important topics of safe celebrating, and road awareness.

Some courses are geared towards years 7 to 9 whilst others are aimed at years 10, 11 and 12. All sessions provide students a range of real world solutions to issues and behaviours they are likely to encounter in the years ahead, and run for approximately 50 minutes.

Contact our office on 9542 4029 for further information.

Dealing with Bullying in Schools

Positive Solutions Bullying Resilience Program

At the request of schools, our new Positive Solutions Bullying Resilience Program is developed and implemented, tailored to address specific issues for schools.

The content of the program has been extensively researched and is based on academic material – ranging from government and non government agencies to schools and various experts – and practical approaches. As a result, an innovative concept has been developed as it integrates alternative proven schools of thought into practical program.The program is curriculum aligned and available in age appropriate formats.

The Positive Solutions Bullying Resilience Program consists of:

  • Three x two period sessions for students
  • One session for parent
  • One session for teachers

A wide range of material has been sourced to produce this valuable interactive program. The work of Dr Ken Rigby, internationally recognised Australian authority on bullying, has contributed to the project, enhanced by material on positive education by Dr Martin Seligman and Dr Barbara Frederickson. This, combined with our own extensive experience and Victim, Thriver – The Journey, has assisted in the production of the Positive Solutions Program.

The sessions for parents and teachers explore the importance of each role, and the collaborative approach required for a whole of community approach to the issue of bullying.


Watch Our Introductory Video


Download our Positive Solutions Bullying Resilience Program Brochure to find out more.


Enough is Enough Bully

A summary of bullying and its effects, and resilience strategies to deal with bullying.

The Enough is Enough Bully program is an innovative, dynamic and experiential presentation which aims to tackle the growing problem of bullying inside and outside of school. The program provides students with an in-depth look into the many faces of bullying including passive bullying, cyber bullying, and the negative consequences of bullying, for the victim, the bully and the community at large.

Not only does Enough is Enough Bully target the bullying problem, it also aims to develop positive, robust and resilient students and citizens. By providing increased self awareness and promoting a sense of empathy students are encouraged to move beyond the social barriers to create an inclusive school community. The program emphasises personal Responsibility, Resilience and Relationships, and provides practical tools for conflict resolution and communication skills.

To assist these goals and encourage a whole community solution, parents and teachers workshops are offered as critical adjuncts to the program long term success.

The Enough is Enough Bully program has been developed in Stage appropriate formats to cover years 1 to 10.

Time: Approx 50 mins

Personal Responsibility

Emotional Management

This workshop deals with stress and anger, the signs, feelings and thought processes. Attendees learn strategies for defusing conflict, managing anger, stress release and alternatives to violence.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

Your Life – Your Responsibility Program

Using the real life story of a senseless act of violence, this session encourages students to focus on personal responsibility, overcoming adversity, facing fear, maintaining self control and building inner strength, resilience an developing leader-ship skills. Presenters share how a major traumatic experience changed the life of one man, turning personal tragedy into hope for others. Challenges young people to truly understand the meaning of living their lives to the full. Our keynote workshop/seminar, can be tailored for small groups or as a large presentation.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

Promise Keeper (DV Awareness)

A family/domestic violence awareness presentation outlining and defining family/domestic violence, consequences (both short and long term) and strategies to deal with it (for both victims and perpetrators). Includes a restorative justice component.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

Road Awareness (RAP) – Years 10 to 12

Students learn about risk factors and consequences involved when driving or being a passenger. Using real life examples this presentation deals with driver responsibility, attitude, drink/drug driving and appropriate risk when using the road. True life accounts give students first-hand information delivered with emotion and impact.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

Choices (Extremism)

The choices we make today will impact on the life we lead tomorrow. Our path to positive life may be challenged with radical ideas that will prevent us from achieving what we really want: peace, harmony and happiness.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

In Search of the Magic Bunyip

An Art Journey containing a range of misfit characters seeking to belong, as they pursue a common goal. The program includes a hands-on practical art session – all materials provided.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

The R Youth Program

The R Youth Program has been designed to give young people (age groups from 11 years to 18 years) identified as “at risk” an understanding of their behaviour – the consequences of their behaviour and the strategies to deal with that behaviour in a simple and positive way. Raising empathy, building positive relationships and tools for emotional management, building resilience and personal values into daily life are also part of this proven program.

The program is suitable for co-educational groups, CALD groups or specific single gender groups.

Topics covered are:

  • Responsibility
    • Highlighting the impact of anti-social behaviour on the broader community
    • Raising the awareness of personal responsibility
  • Re-Evaluation
    • Past attitudes to a range of issues
    • Building values
    • Tools for positive change
  • Relationships
    • Dealing with emotions
    • Types of relationships
    • Goal setting strategies

We recommend separate sessions for teachers and parents to inform them and to assist in the best possible outcomes. On completion of the program attendees are given a certificate of attendance.

Time: 3 x 1.5 hour sessions



Drugs and Alcohol

Safe Partying & Celebrating – Risk Management Program

Utilising proactive behaviour strategies, real-life stories and experiences, students develop awareness and skills to keep safe in a range of real situations. Strong focus on choices and options using a range of age-appropriate scenarios and visual aids. Includes issues such as drink spiking, drug and alcohol use, gate crashing, social media, getting home safely and one-punch laws.

Time: Approx. 50 mins

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