The Family-School Partnerships Framework was developed by the Australian Council of State School Organisations, Australian Parents Council and the Australian Government. It provides a set of principles to guide families and schools in developing partnerships, and identifies seven key dimensions of effective family-school partnerships. The framework recognises that many positive developments and innovations are already occurring in schools and that a one-size-fits-all approach to partnerships is not feasible.
Be You provides educators with knowledge, resources and strategies for helping children and young people achieve their best possible mental health. Be You offers resources to support the mental health and wellbeing of learning communities.
Disability, learning and support developed an induction checklist for externally funded health, disability and wellbeing service providers that provide their services to students at the school during school hours. Access to the school by an externally funded provider is at the discretion of the principal.
Digital clips of strategies implemented at Prairiewood High School, Holroyd High School, Liverpool Public School, Islington Public School and Chester Hill Public School to strengthen the engagement of families from culturally diverse backgrounds.