Primary School Wellbeing and Achievement Programs
Accepting Myself. How to Help Young People Feel Worthwhile No Matter What (ages 9 -16+)
This program includes 12-month access to a three-part, online eLearning program that takes 30 to 60 minutes to complete.
The eLearning program takes place in outer space, where students select one of two avatars to guide them through the universe. Throughout each of the three parts, students engage with interactive and fun activities that help personalise and teach the ABCs of self-acceptance.
Program Achieve Early Childhood Program Achieve, 4th Ed. A Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum
(ages 3 – 6 and first year of school)
Many primary schools begin their students’ journey in social-emotional learning during their first year of school (Foundation/Preparatory) before they begin Year 1.
Over 300,000 young children have participated in the YCDI! Early Childhood Program Achieve.
Research shows the positive impact of this program on student well-being and achievement.
The current digital version, 4th Edition, has received wonderful reviews from teachers for its ease of implementation and catering to students’ different learning styles.
A set of complimentary hand puppets is included with the first-year purchase.
Program Achieve Primary. A Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum (years 1 – 6)
The Program Achieve Primary curricula contain lessons that teach attitudes, values/character strengths, social-emotional skills for success, relationships and wellbeing, and overcoming social-emotional blockers.
Published research has revealed that the explicit instruction employed in this program benefits young children’s social-emotional development, wellbeing, and achievement. The program directory of Beyond Blue – Be You lists this program as best practice for supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing.
Bullying – The Power to Cope (years 4 – 9)
Based on the latest research in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), Bullying: The Power to Cope, recognised by Beyond Blue – Be You as best practice, was developed to meet a need.
This program helps students re-structure their stress-creating, extremely negative ways of thinking (self-talk) to more moderate and less stress-creating ways of thinking about the act of being teased or bullied. Students learn the importance of not taking anti-social behaviour personally and tolerating different forms of bullying, including cyber-bullying.
Published research about this program conducted at the University of Melbourne shows a powerful impact.
You Can Do It! Education programs have been independently reviewed and are listed in the Be You Programs Directory. It meets the minimum evidence requirements set by Be You and has been awarded a rating for evidence and implementation.