Rights, Resilience and Respectful Relationships (RRRR)
Respectful Relationships is an initiative to support schools promote and model respect and equality. It also supports educators to teach our children how to build healthy relationships, resilience and confidence. Developing positive and respectful relationships is an important part of a student's emotional and social development. The relationships in a student's life, including those with friends, family and peers, can influence their physical health, promote self-esteem and assist them in developing a sense of belonging.
The Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR) learning materials cover eight topics of Social and Emotional Learning across all levels of primary and secondary education. Years 11 and 12 include the relevant topics of goal setting, time management, and safer socialising in place of emotional literacy.
More information regarding the 8 topics of RRRR are:
- 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 7: Gender and Identity
- Topic 8: Positive Gender Relations