At Glenroy West Primary School, we're committed to fostering Respectful Relationships, Rights, and Responsibilities (RRRR) to promote respect, positive attitudes, and positive behaviours within our school community. We strive to teach our students essential skills for building healthy relationships, resilience, and confidence.
Our community values respect, equality, and the fair treatment of everyone. We believe that embedding these principles into our students' education and throughout our entire community encourages positive attitudes and behaviours. This approach leads to improved academic outcomes, mental health, classroom behaviour, and positive relationships between teachers, students, and others.
Respectful Relationships education is a core component of the Victorian Curriculum, with the Resilience, Rights, and Respectful Relationships teaching and learning materials designed to support schools in delivering the curriculum.
At Glenroy West Primary School, we integrate the RRRR curriculum with the PYP to ensure the best outcomes in cultivating positive behaviours and relationships.
The Victorian Curriculum encompasses learning about respectful relationships in both Health and Physical Education and Personal and Social Capability.
In Health and Physical Education, students develop the knowledge, understanding, and skills to strengthen their sense of self and build safe, respectful relationships.
In Personal and Social Capability, students learn to recognise and regulate emotions, develop empathy for others, and establish a framework for positive relationships.
Together, we can pave the way towards respect, equality, and lasting change, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
If you would like further information on Respectful Relationships and the Curriculum Framework you can visit the Department of Education Website
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