Information about 'The Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR)' curriculum for Victorian Schools.
The RRRR curriculum covers eight topics of Social and Emotional Learning across all levels of primary and secondary education.
Respectful Relationships promotes respect and gender equality and helps students learn how to build healthy relationships. It prepares students to face challenges by developing problem-solving skills and building resilience and confidence.
By delivering the RRRR curriculum, we are building a culture of respect and gender equality. Studies show that school-based violence prevention and Respectful Relationship initiatives can produce lasting changes in attitudes and behaviours.
Respectful Relationships promotes respect and equality and helps all children learn how to build healthy relationships. The children are given the opportunity to explore emotions such as anger and frustration, and develop non-violent problem solving strategies.
All information shared in the teaching of the RRRR curriculum has material that is specifically tailored to be age-appropriate and is grounded in evidence.
We are passionate about the implementation of RRRR curriculum in our school. By embedding a culture of respect and equality across our entire community, from our classtooms to staffrooms, sporting fields, and other school events, we can have a positive impact on the children's academic outcomes, their mental health, classroom behaviours and the important relationships between the children and their teacher.