Our programs are tailored to help support young people to make informed decisions about a range of issues through interactive and youth-friendly activities.
We are responsive to the needs of young people. If there is a specific issue at your school that you would like addressed, we may tailor a program to meet those needs. While all attempts are made to meet the needs of your school, there may be times when we are at full capacity and cannot create tailored programs.
Youth resilience survey
From year 3
The resilience survey and resilience survey report is a powerful tool. This evidence-based youth survey measures and provides insight into resilience among young people.
Bayside Says No to Bullying forum
Year 5 students
This forum is for year five students from various primary schools. Students will attend fun and interactive workshops, listen to speakers, and come together to stand up against bullying. They will learn new skills and brainstorm ideas to take back to their schools to help spread the word that bullying is not ok.
Year 6 Transition school program
Year 6 students
Offered as part of a school cluster transition day. Partner up with other schools for a leadership-themed day, and we will provide the school transition component.
Pop up promotion
Year 5 and 6 students
Have your student leaders partner with our Youth Services team to deliver fun, vibrant activities including BBQs, games, music etc. Pop-ups can be organised for R U OK? Day, Wear It Purple Day, Ride 2 School Day, Mental Health Week or fundraisers.
For further information please contact our Youth Services Coordinator at yscoordinator [at] bayside.vic.gov.au or (03) 9599 4622.
Can't find the right service for your school?
The Child and Youth Directory is a Council initiative that shows the services available in the cities of Glen Eira, Kingston, Port Phillip and Stonnington.