Student Services Coordinator: Fionna Wooller
RRRR coordinator: Sasha Leslie

HELP and SUPPORT

Seeking help is the first step in improving your health and wellbeing.

SHAAC
Student Health, Advocacy, Advisory Centre
Located upstairs above the library.

FIRST AID
Access to nurse, doctor, psychologist. Appointments made through the SHAAC.
Located at the front of the school

Headspace – for youth aged 12-25.
https://headspace.org.au/
General and mental health help, alcohol and drugs help. And work and study issues for young people aged 12-25 at local centres, online or over the phone.

Lifeline – 13 11 14
https://www.lifeline.org.au/
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

1800 RESPECT
https://www.1800respect.org.au/
National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling and information referral service, available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

RIGHT, RESILIENCE AND RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS (RRRR) CURRICULUM

As you may be aware the Royal Commission into Family Violence in 2015 revealed some confronting statistics about the rates of family violence in Australia. As a result of the findings a curriculum has been developed and trialed for implementation into Victorian Government schools by 2019.

Mount Clear College is a Lead School in the implementation of the Rights, Resilience and Respectful Relationships curriculum and will partner with local schools to support the delivery of this program.

Mount Clear College has implemented this curriculum into the current learning practices particularly through the Mentor Program and will be supporting other schools in the region. More information can be found on the Department of Education website and any questions or concerns are welcome.

Link

Link to curriculum

Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships are a suite of teaching and learning materials for Foundation to Level 10 that are mapped to the Victorian Curriculum. These have been developed to address the eight topics:
 Topic 1: Emotional literacy
 Topic 2: Personal strengths
 Topic 3: Positive coping
 Topic 4: Problem solving
 Topic 5: Stress management
 Topic 6: Help-seeking
 Topic 7: Gender and identity (not included in Level 7-8 and Levels 9-10)
 Topic 8: Positive gender relations (not included in Level 7-8 and Levels 9-10)
Note: Materials have also been included for years 11 and 12

Building Respectful Relationships is an optional resource that can be used as part of the Junior School curriculum.
Mount Clear College is currently trialing parts of this resource in the senior years.

Link to resource