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.
- 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 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
- Link to the Royal Commission Findings
- Link to the RRRR Curriculum
- Link to the Building Respectful Relationships Curriculum