Be You is a mental health and wellbeing framework for primary schools and is proven to make a positive difference to the lives of Australian children.
Be You provides the proven methods, tools and support to help schools work with parents and carers, health services and the wider community, to nurture happy, balanced kids.
Be You is a flexible, whole-school approach to improving children’s mental health and wellbeing for primary schools. It can be tailored to schools' local needs.
Through Be You, schools undertake a two-to three-year cyclical process in which they plan and take action to be a positive community; one that is founded on respectful relationships and a sense of belonging and inclusion, and that promotes:
When schools take on Be You, they build on the work that they are already doing in these areas.
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Tinternvale Primary school is fortunate to be involved in World Vision’s KIDS HOPE AUSTRALIA- a program that trains caring adults on how to be a friend to a child and help that child learn. Twelve mentors will be working in our school. Each mentor has a “Working With Children Check”.
KIDS HOPE AUS. aims at creating a positive impact in the lives of Australian children and their families. It is a mentoring program where a trained mentor spends one hour each week with a child.
Mentors are thoroughly trained with the support of World Vision to understand their role in building caring relationships with children that will enhance their ability to learn and build resilience.
We aim to build strong relationships amongst students, staff, parents and the wider community.Our goal is to continually improve student outcomes. We intend to do this proactively by concentrating on student engagement in learning and developing positive behaviours through many whole school programs and reinforcing our school values of Respect, Responsibility and Honesty.
The program aims to promote the building of positive relationships between students at different year levels. Every child will work in a STARS group comprised of students from all year levels. The STARS groups will meet at least 3 times a term and they will work with the same staff member each time. The program provides the students with the opportunity to develop relationships across all levels in a safe and supportive environment by involving them in activities that are designed to develop: