Resilience, Rights & Respectful Relationships

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 the Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships curriculum was developed and trialled for implementation into Victorian Government schools.
Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR) are a suite of teaching and learning materials from Foundation to Level 10 that are mapped to the Victorian Curriculum. These materials focus on social and emotional learning with a clear emphasis on Resilience and Respect.
All Victorian government schools are implementing this curriculum. Bacchus Marsh College is implementing this curriculum across the English and Health and Physical Education domains.

The Year 7-10 Curriculum Includes
  • Topic 1: Emotional Literacy
  • Topic 2: Personal strengths
  • Topic 3: Positive coping
  • Topic 4: Problem solving
  • Topic 5: Stress management
  • Topic 6: Help-seeking
Years 11-12 Curriculum Includes
  • Topic 1: Challenge, opportunity and personal strengths
  • Topic 2: Goal setting and time management
  • Topic 3: Positive self-talk
  • Topic 4: Stress management
  • Topic 5: Safer socialising
  • Topic 6: Help seeking and peer support
  • Topic 7: Gender and Identity
  • Topic 8: Positive Gender Relations

All resources are evidence based and age appropriate. Bacchus Marsh College is a Lead School in the implementation of the curriculum and is part of a Community of Practice with local schools within our region to support the delivery of this program.
For further information, the following links may be helpful