The Peer Support Program offers primary school resources to support the mental health and wellbeing of your students.
If you’re already a member school, you can access the program and supplementary resources via our online portal.
Not yet a member?
Here’s what to expect when you register: access to digital resources that, alongside attending training, will enable you to implement and run the program at your school.
Our primary school resources include a Peer Support Program manual, Peer Leader training, practice sessions, module materials, certificates, communication templates, and supplementary activities and resources.
Use the Peer Support Program primary school resources to boost student wellbeing and connection across the entire school
There are four core modules, and six additional topics to explore across the year with your students.
Schools typically run one module each year, and choose a topic that best suits their needs. Each module includes eight sessions of 30-minutes each, designed to be run weekly across eight weeks.
The modules available to primary schools include:
- Keeping friends: Developing positive relationships
- Stronger together: Creating an anti-bullying culture
- Living positively: Thinking optimistically
- Moving forward: Building resilience
These are peer-led modules, run by pairs of trained Year 6 students, with participants from kindergarten through to Year 5.
Additional primary schools resources include a range of activities that can be run any time. These are led by either a teacher or Peer Leader. The choice is yours.
- Planning our paths: Building resilience
- Connections: Supporting healthy relationships
- Positive directions: Exploring positive thinking and emotions
- Supporting change: Preparing for high school
- Great transitions: Exploring transition and change
- Passport to belonging: Supporting connection and belonging
Get in touch with us for more details, or a sneak peak, at our primary school resources.