Young people creating a kinder world
We improve young people’s lives through anti-bullying workshops delivered in schools across AustraliaEXPLORE PROGRAMS
3X CYBERBULLYING COMPLAINTS
46% CONTINUE BULLYING BEHAVIOUR
AFTER PROJECT ROCKIT
IMPROVING STUDENT AND SCHOOL OUTCOMES
We are driving change that leads to reduced bullying incidents, increased resilience, improved student wellbeing and outcomes, and growth in empathy and inclusivity in the wider school community.BOOK WORKSHOP
WHY PROJECT ROCKIT
WORKSHOPS TO UNITE AND UPSKILL YOUR STUDENTS
Our workshops bring young passionate presenters into your school to facilitate a youth-driven, evidence-based learning experience for students in Years 3 – 12.
Our approach is built on the simple premise that young people can create positive change in the world around them - our job is to cultivate the skills, confidence and connection needed to do exactly that. We also work with parents and educators to wrap support around the whole school community.
YOUTH-CREATED DIGITAL RESOURCES TO DEEPEN OUR IMPACT
Built through a process of co-design and co-creation with young people themselves, "PROJECT ROCKIT Plus" is your go-to platform for extending student learning beyond their initial workshop, or as a standalone tool to work into your lessons.
Featuring over 100 pieces of youth-designed video content supported by a practical Teacher Handbook, our digital platform allows you to curate and coordinate classroom learning with a difference.
DYNAMIC PARTNERSHIPS TO ELEVATE YOUTH VOICE AND ACTION
We team-up with a range of partners on special projects that support youth leadership and participation on the issues that matter most to school students.
We proudly serve on the global safety advisory boards of major social media platforms such as Meta (Facebook & Instagram) and Snapchat, as an avenue to further elevate young people's voices to be heard by global decision-makers.
NFP SUPPORT TO SCHOOLS FACING ACCESS BARRIERS
Schools Plus (2019) identified over 4,600 Aussie schools as 'disadvantaged,' highlighting that too many young people are missing out on social development opportunities like PROJECT ROCKIT.
Our recently established not-for-profit arm, The PROJECT ROCKIT Foundation, provides evidence-based programs and digital resources to schools facing socio-economic and geographic access barriers.
"PROJECT ROCKIT students build better relationships, foster empathy and reinvent themselves in new and wonderful ways...this is why working with them makes a difference."
- Adam Somes, Kingswood College
Get in touch to book your program
Through workshops, talks and resources we can help you make impact in your school or community.Enquire now
We proudly work with...
We love to team up for shared impact! Our collaborators to date span community, government, philanthropy and corporate backgrounds. To enquire about partnership opportunities, get in touch via the contact page.
We provide useful articles, insights, tips and guides for schools, parents and carers who share our concern and drive for making the world a kinder place.
Why youth co-design creates the most effective solutions today
Discover how the 'In Real Life' (IRL) project is reimagining online safety education through co-design with young people.
Jonathan Vickers, an IRL Creative Advisor, and IRL Producer Daniel Donahoo, share their insider view on how In Real Life has centred the vital role in young people's voices and lived experience as expertise to accurately address the needs and concerns of young people.
How representation impacts young people's online connections
One key issue that young people keep returning to is they feel that adults failed to recognise is the need for representation and the impact that has on how we connect and engage with the online world.
Jess discusses how representation is key in young people connecting with communities and what they need most when it comes to sharing online safety advise.
In Real Life: Reimagining Online Safety Through The Eyes of Young People
In Real Life Producer, Dan Donahoo, shares insights into the development of our latest online resource for secondary schools, 'In Real Life' (IRL).
IRL is developed in response to educators across Australia asking for resources they can weave into their curriculum to create a tailored learning experience.
PRIORITY SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS IN NEED
As a newly established not-for-profit with DGR-1 status, The PROJECT ROCKIT Foundation takes the 16-year impact of its sibling youth-driven social enterprise to the next level by delivering priority support to schools facing socio-economic and geographic access barriers.DONATE EXPLORE THE FOUNDATION