These programs can help support a student's learning and wellbeing.
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Supporting Family-School-Community partnerships for children’s learning
Family, school and community partnerships are an effective way to support and empower positive parent engagement and bring together family and community.
- How families, schools and communities can work together to support student learning
- Resources available to enrich student learning and wellbeing
- The Family-School Partnerships Framework
Supporting student resilience and wellbeing
Find out how schools support the social and emotional development of students.
- Australian Student Wellbeing Framework
Learn about the ELLIC Trial
The English Language Learning for Indigenous Children (ELLIC) Trial aims to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander preschool children, for whom English is an additional language or dialect (EAL/D), to learn English in a fun and engaging way.
- Learn about the ELLIC Trial
- App consultations
Learn a language
Early Learning Languages Australia (ELLA) uses innovative ways to teach young children languages other than English. Here you'll find:
- Early learning centres and schools using ELLA
- Benefits of learning another language
The National Student Wellbeing Program
The National Student Wellbeing Program supports the wellbeing of students and school communities through pastoral care services and student support strategies.
- Find out about the services that student wellbeing officers and chaplains deliver under the NSWP
- Find out how schools access the funding
- What is the new cyberbullying professional learning package
- Is there an Online eSafety Training available for all school communities
Life Education Australia
The Australian Government supports Life Education Australia (Life Ed) to provide health and safety education to around 700,000 primary school aged children each year.
From 2017-18 to 2021-22, the Government provided Life Ed $1 million to support the operation of its national office.
As part of the 2019-20 Budget, the Government funded Life Ed $4.4 million to develop new educational resources to support students in the transition from primary to secondary school (Guide to Thrive) and new social and emotional learning resources and to conduct an independent evaluation of the program.
As part of the 2022-23 Budget, the Government will provide an additional $6 million over four years from 2022-23 to support the ongoing operation of Life Ed Australia, the development of additional online safety modules for younger children, adapting existing respectful relationships and consent education materials, and implementing recommendations arising from an evaluation of the program.More information on Life Education Australia
Tuition protection for students
In the unlikely event that an education provider defaults (closes or stops delivering), there is tuition protection to assist international and eligible domestic students in finding an alternative provider, or receiving a refund from the Tuition Protection Service.Learn about tuition protection
The Commonwealth Regional Scholarship Program
The Commonwealth Regional Scholarship Program will provide scholarships to students from regional, rural and remote communities. Scholarships will assist with boarding fees and associated costs.Find out more about the The Commonwealth Regional Scholarship Program