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Already in schools all around Australia, PROJECT ROCKIT Online is a a nation-first in cyber safety education. Built by young people for young people, and encourages students to self-reflect on previous experience while simultaneously equipping them with credible and risk-free ways to stand up to hate in the future.

PROJECT ROCKIT Online has been piloted in partnership with leading researchers from Western Sydney University, led by Associate Professor Amanda Third.Click here to learn more about PROJECT ROCKIT Online.

 

SCHOOLS GRANT

WA & ACT

Is your school passionate about growing a community who will stand together against bullying and (cyber)bullying? 

Do you demonstrate a commitment to student wellbeing and education? 

How about keen to implement strengths-based learning, but needing a hand to make these programs happen in your school?

We are excited to launch our newest initiative thanks to our partners at the Telstra Foundation, the PROJECT ROCKIT Schools Grant! WA and ACT schools with a commitment to delivering inspiring wellbeing education to tackle cyberbullying now have the opportunity to apply for a 12 month subscription to PROJECT ROCKIT Online for their year 7, 8 or 9 students. 

 

How to enter for round 1 applications:

1.    Download an application form below
2.    Choose Year 7, 8 or 9
3.    Tell us why your school is the superstar school we’re looking for. What                               opportunity does this program bring to your students and school?
4.    Have your Year Level Coordinator and Principal sign off
5.    Email your application to info@projectrockit.com.au with the subject title .                        "PROJECT ROCKIT Schools Grant Application: [School Name]" and click Send!

Applications close August 10! 

To find out more, or if you have any questions about your PROJECT ROCKIT Schools Grant application, contact chloe@projectrockit.com.au or 0481 998 561

 
  PROJECT ROCKIT Online and this Schools Grant Program was made possible thanks to our friends at the Telstra Foundation.

PROJECT ROCKIT Online and this Schools Grant Program was made possible thanks to our friends at the Telstra Foundation.