Our partnership with Monash University embeds a strong evaluation framework across the ReLATE model and ensures continuous improvement.
Our implementation approach is agile and can be modified to suit the needs of your school community and align with your strategic plan.
Senate report on school refusal recommends trauma-informed practices in schools
The recent senate report on school refusal has identified a range of recommendations aimed at tackling the rising issue of school refusal. Trauma-informed practices in schools were identified as a key recommendation to support schools to re-engage students in learning without causing further distress.
"Since participating in the ReLATE model, there has been far less reactivity with incidents and more tolerance, modifying our expectations of all children and families to align to their needs."
Pilot school teacher
Teachers are a lighthouse for all students, but how do teachers keep their light burning?
Teacher burnout is real and measurable. How are we supporting our teachers to support our children. They are a lighthouse for their students, but who is helping them to keep their light burning?
The ReLATE Circle
Through ReLATE, education professionals are equipped with practical tools to implement in the classroom and one of these tools is the ReLATE Circle.
Learning environments and inclusive education
A collaboration with the University of Melbourne investigating the relationship between inclusive education and school learning environments.
School leadership: Enhancing learning environments through trauma-aware practice
St Pius X Deputy Principals Stacey Atkins and Joe Ewing share how the Catholic primary school in the Diocese of Ballarat has been putting safety, relational trust, and shared language into action.
"“ReLATE is relevant to all educational professionals. Staff wellbeing is not focused on enough and we can't help students if we are burnt out. ReLATE helps revisit all concepts important in making the best wellbeing choices for all members of a school.”"