Psych4Schools practical online resources are designed to support teachers, school leaders, psychologists and other professionals work more effectively with primary and junior secondary students, parents and colleagues.

Psych4Schools resources are now also available to parents/carers. Note some resources require professional understanding or specialist training in their implementation.

The best interests and wellbeing of the child is the primary focus of Psych4Schools resources.


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Building friendship skills to reduce bullying

March 15th, 2021

The National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence (NDA) is Australia’s key bullying prevention initiative, connecting schools and communities to find workable solutions to bullying and violence. The key theme, ‘Take Action Together’, will be addressed in many schools on Friday 19 March as children, teachers and parents work together to find solutions to […]

Separation anxiety – revised ebooklet available

February 15th, 2021

Separation anxiety can affect children of all ages. About four per cent of primary school age children experience excessive separation anxiety when separated from their parent or primary care giver [1]. Typically, these children persistently worry about being forgotten, or fear their parent/carer being harmed or not returning. Separation anxiety and associated fears can also be […]