School Programmes

Child Safety Programmes

It is a fact that most children will suffer from a child safety issue at some time in their development and to a large extent this has become a part of life. How children deal with these issues will define their status as a victim or a survivor in their own mind and possibly govern their future performance in many areas of life.

Our school programmes give children the necessary skills to better manage these occurances we can empower them to make more useful choices. The continued reinforcement of these skills over time will give the child a chance to participate more fully in life by providing a platform to deal with emotional confrontations leading to acts of bullying and physical violence.

We have a passion for teaching child safety and personal development skills to children.

Age appropriate and relevant information in an empowering, cost effective and timely manner to your students.

Sunshine Coast School Clients

We have worked with the following schools in this programme and many of them multiple times.


Bli Bli State School
Coolum State School
Maroochydore State School
Mooloolaba State School
Immanuel Lutheran College
Chancellor Park State College

Suncoast Christian College
Currimundi State School
Palmwoods State School
Woombye State School
Glenview State School
Kuluin State School

Mapleton State School
Pacific Lutheran College
The Montessori School
Pacific Paradise State School
St Andrews Anglican College
Nambour Christian College.

Just a brief note to thank you for the Child Safety and Protective Behaviour Program… we have had nothing but positive responses from teachers, students and parents alike.

My evidence shows that this term, since your training session, there has been a reduction in the number of playground conflicts and teachers report hearing the verbal messages from your sessions repeated in playground conversations.

It is gratifying to find an expert in the field that is so flexible and easy to work with. Thanks once again. We look forward to working with you again soon..”

Bob Craig

Deputy Principal, Mooloolaba State School