School Governance

Work Experience: What Schools Need to do to Protect Their Students

What is work experience? An increasing number of young people are doing work placements as part of work experience progr...

What Happened to the Proposed Cyberbullying Laws in South Australia and Tasmania?

South Australia and Tasmania have both introduced anti-cyberbullying Bills into Parliament, but neither state is yet to ...

Overseas Students and Mental Health – How Can You Support Them?

Overseas Students International Education in Australia has experienced substantial growth in the last decade resulting i...

Bullying: The Risks and Impacts (Part Two)

The Impact on Academic Success There are an estimated 45 million bullying incidents each year across all schools in Aust...

Bullying: The Risks and Impacts (Part One)

As a prevalent and growing public health concern, bullying is a major risk factor for poor physical and mental health of...

Why Our Definition of Cyber Bullying Needs to Evolve in Order to Achieve More Effective Education and Management in Schools (Part Two)

This is the second of a two-part series by Jordan Foster, Clinical Psychologist and Managing Director of ySafe Australia...

Why Our Definition of Cyber Bullying Needs to Evolve in Order to Achieve More Effective Education and Management in Schools (Part One)

This is the first part of a two-part series by Jordan Foster, Clinical Psychologist and Managing Director of ySafe  Aust...

Student Activism and a School’s Duty of Care (Part Two)

This is the second part of a two-part series exploring how student activism and protesting can impact a school’s duty of...

Students who are MIA at the Start of the School Year

A New School Year Dawns Students who fail to attend school at the commencement of the academic year because they have be...

Student Activism and a School’s Duty of Care (Part One)

Student Activism Principals and school leaders are often tasked with striking a balance between carrying out their respo...