ReachOut’s whole-school approach to student wellbeing.
ReachOut Schools provides engaging activities for students, credible and flexible resources for teachers, and practical support for parents and carers.
The website and online resources are based on the latest research evidence, and developed in consultation with experts and school professionals to provide easy-to-understand information on a full range of mental health and wellbeing issues.
Our school resources help students learn to take control of their mental health; while staff, parents, and carers can use ReachOut’s resources to better understand the issues young people face.
Teachers can also access a range of online learning activities to use in the classroom, as well as self-care and wellbeing resources to manage stress and ensure they take the time to prioritise their own mental health and wellbeing, for their benefit and that of the whole school community.
Helping teachers to support students transitioning to secondary school
Student Snapshot is ReachOut’s free, easy-to-use student survey that helps teachers form relationships with their students. With this survey tool, teachers can learn about their student’s interests and aspirations, and find ways to start a conversation with them. The survey can also identify students' worries and suggest which of ReachOut’s classroom resources can be used to address them.