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School Workshops

We've been running workshops in schools around the country for more than a decade. Our show-not-tell, strengths-based approach puts young people front and centre.

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PROJECT ROCKIT Online

Tackling online bullying
Year 7-9
12 months

PROJECT ROCKIT Online is an immersive, online learning platform that puts students in the drivers seat, encouraging self-reflection while unpacking bullying, (cyber)bullying and social leadership.

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PROJECT ROCKIT Online

  • Built by young people, for young people
  • $10 p/student (+ GST) for  12 months access.
  • Three online workshops that focus on bullyingonline hate and social leadership.
  • Teacher Resource Guide full of activities to unpack content with students
  • Live data reporting.
Face-To-Face

BELONG

Building empathy and friendship
Grade 3-4
60 min
25-60

BELONG explores our interactions with peers, as well as building positive relationships, and developing and displaying empathy.

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BELONG

  • This session covers fitting in and inclusion, nice play, effective communication, body language and other social skills that are integral in the forming of positive peer relationships in later years
  • Our show-not-tell approach enables students to have a conversation about kindness and how to effectively communicate with peers in a fun, engaging and mutually respectful way.
Face-To-Face

CONNECT

Tackling (cyber)bullying with empathy
Year 7-9
60/90 mins
25-150

CONNECT addresses (cyber)bullying through a strengths-based framework of empathy, respect and the sense of community, and explores safe and socially credible strategies for challenging bullying.

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CONNECT

  • Set up around highly energetic and interactive challenges
  • Enable students to safely and anonymously reflect on past behaviour
  • Navigates the risks/rewards of challenging (cyber)bullying
  • Addresses the risks of digital communications, and online youth culture to leverage the positive potential for all of us to challenge online hate instead of standing by watching
Face-To-Face

DOT COM

Transforming our online world
Year 7-10
Full Day
300 max

DOT COM is our most popular program, taking place over a full day, students develop their awareness and empathy, empowering them to take ownership and create a supportive online culture.

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DOT COM

  • 3 workshops spanning 4.5 hours (can be done in a "Snack Sized" version)
  • Explores the risks and rewards of challenging bullying, building peer support in online spaces, challenging judgement and social labels and launch strategies to stand up for yourself and others
  • Addresses social factors and drivers that often spill online: standing out versus fitting in, relationship ethics, privacy and consent and celebrating diversity
Face-To-Face

LEVEL UP

Social leadership and values
Year 7-12
60/90 min
25-60

LEVEL UP highlights the potential we all have to be leaders, and the ways we can step up in our school, online and our communities.

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LEVEL UP

  • This idea of 'personal leadership' works well for both formal leadership groups (such as SRC) and the broader student body
Face-To-Face

RALLY

New ways to tackle bullying
Year 7-9
75 Mins
25-60

RALLY explores safe, socially credible strategies for challenging bullying. Rather than using labels, we emphasise the role all of us can play in challenging bullying and prejudice.

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RALLY

  • Students participate in energetic and interactive challenges, enabling them to safely and anonymously reflect on past behaviour and empathise with those with different experiences.
  • Provides safe and socially credible strategies for challenging bullying - from strategies for students who are risk-averse right through to those who are out there and willing to give anything a go.
Face-To-Face

REWRITE

Smashing judgement and labels
Year 9-12
90 min
25-100

REWRITE challenges the status quo, looking at why we label groups or individuals, unpacking how we form judgements, and how we can display empathy to others online and offline.

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REWRITE

  • Students reflect on their own experience and explore how unchecked assumptions tend to take on a whole new meaning, particularly online.
  • We achieve this by engaging students in social experiments, critical thinking and group discussion to ultimately smash existing judgements and re-write positive social labels that represent who students really are.
Face-To-Face

STEP UP

Launching everyday leadership
Year 5 -6
90 min
25-60

STEP UP highlights the potential we all have to be leaders, and the ways we can step up in our school, online and our communities.

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STEP UP

  • Students' personal leadership skills are developed through a range of active and reflective challenges
  • Provides opportunities for students to build on their strengths, develop resilience and stand up for what they believe in.
  • This idea of personal or 'everyday' leadership works for both formal leadership groups (such as SRC) and the broader student body
Face-To-Face

SUPPORT Forum

Support young people online
60mins

The SUPPORT Forum is an opportunity for your parents and school community to come together and learn about the strengths and challenges of navigating the online world as a young person.

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SUPPORT Forum

  • Based on 12 years' experience, our Head of Programs and lead presenters will share their in-depth knowledge of major social media platforms and the issue of (cyber)bullying, while also providing a range of hot tips and strategies that parents and carers can use to support their young people online.
  • This session also allows for an open Q&A for parents, carers and educators
  • Flat rate of $1000 (+ GST)
Face-To-Face

SYNC

Navigating the online world together
Grade 5-6
90 min
25-120

SYNC introduces the opportunities and challenges of the online world with a real understanding of current social networking sites and online youth culture.

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SYNC

  • Present a range of in-touch, realistic strategies for students in dealing with (cyber)bullying and creating positive connections online
  • We also facilitate empathy for targets of cyberbullying through fun and safe communication challenges and real life stories.
  • The online world is a realm of endless possibility, so we aim to highlight the challenges that come with this, including the rapid spread of information, miscommunications and (cyber)bullying
Face-To-Face

UNITE

Standing together against bullying
Grade 4-6
60 min
25-60

UNITE develops literacy around what is and isn't bullying. Through participation in energetic group challenges, students will safely reflect on past behaviour, and be empowered to tackle bullying together.

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UNITE

  • This workshop can also be presented as a one-off, or expanded into a more in-depth program over 3 consecutive sessions.
  • The introductory session is 60min. All follow-up sessions 60 mins

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Have a question?

  • Who is PROJECT ROCKIT?
    PROJECT ROCKIT is Australia's youth-driven movement against bullying, hate and prejudice. Through online and face-to-face workshops we empower school students to challenge bullying instead of standing by watching.
  • How much does it cost to book a workshop?
    Our workshops are priced base on student numbers as well as workshop duration. We're based in Melbourne, but absolutely come interstate to run workshops. Reach out to our friendly bookings team who can provide you with an accurate quote in minutes either via email ([email protected]) or over the phone (0435 150 280)  
  • How many students do I require for a workshop?
    Our booking requirements stipulate a minimum of 25 students in attendance to run a PROJECT ROCKIT workshop. For smaller cohorts, we recommend checking out PROJECT ROCKIT Online.
  • How do I know this fits into my schools curriculum?
    PROJECT ROCKIT Online and our Face-to-Face workshop content are all Australian curriculum aligned. Check it out here!
  • What are my workshop requirements?
    • All students require their own chair- no exceptions
    • A projector with working sound that can be controlled from the front of the room
    • 25 students MINIMUM attending the workshop
    • A darkened room with plenty of space
    • Adequate staff supervision
    • 2 roaming microphones for groups over 80 students
  • I've booked a workshop...now what?
    Yay! You've locked in your program and date...now what? For Face-to-Face Workshops expect a call a week out from your workshop to run through your Venue Requirements. For PROJECT ROCKIT Online, we'll provide you with a Tech Call to help you get your online workshops set up.
  • What do I need to run PROJECT ROCKIT Online?
    PROJECT ROCKIT Online requirements:
    • Optimal performance of the online program requires access to a stable Internet connection
    • Each student requires access to a device – desktop/laptop or tablet
    • Each student requires access to a pair of headphones
    • The program is designed to be run in small groups (25-30 students, 100 on larger school servers)
    • Followed up with group discussions and activities, available via our teacher resources pack
    • The school “owner” will receive login access via email. This offers 12-month access to student enrolment and reporting features. From here, teachers create classes, enrol students, and distribute one student license per participant via student email. The student view of the program does not include the teacher admin features. All the support for these processes will be provided upon booking confirmation.
  • Cancelling workshops (Booking Policy)
    We understand that miscommunications and changes in school timetables happen, however, fees apply for cancellations within 48 hours of a scheduled workshop.
    •  Cancellation within 48 hours will incur a 20% fee of the total workshop cost 
    •  Cancellation within 24 hours will incur a cancellation fee of 50% of the total workshop cost*
    •  Cancellation due to school organisational reasons or less than 25 students in attendance will incur a fee of 50% of the total workshop cost*
    If you are uncertain about your group numbers please contact us on 0435 150 280.
     
    *50% percent of the total workshop cost providing that we reschedule the session before the end of the current school year. In the event that we are unable to reschedule within the same year, the full workshop fee will be payable. 
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Two of the best external facilitators I have heard with secondary students! They kept it real, relatable and engaging. I will be recommending PROJECT ROCKIT to other school schools definitely.

Gordon Tafe (Geelong)