RRRR Program

At Resurrection, we believe that the learning of social skills is the foundation for social and academic development. Success in all areas of life is linked to confidence, resilience and social competence.

Our aim is to help all students to develop personal confidence and build positive relationships. The students are given the opportunity to learn, practice and refine many skills necessary for acceptable social behaviour and personal growth.

The students are also introduced to co-operation skills.
These skills are taught through group situations in which children learn from and with each other.

The basic social skills program seeks to promote:

  • Emotional Literacy
  • Personnal Strengths
  • Positive Coping
  • Problem Solving
  • Stress management
  • Help Seeking
  •  Gender identity
  • Positive Gender Relations

At Resurrection we implement the Rights, Resilience Respectfurl Relationships (RRRR) program.  The aim of this program is to support the wellbeing of our students and build resilience.

RRRR is a class-based program for children and young people that offers practical strategies to help children and young people function well at school and in life. This social and emotional learning program promotes positive mental health, wellbeing and resilience for students and teachers plus safe and supportive class and school learning environments.