For more than a decade, PROJECT ROCKIT has been empowering school students to stand up to bullying, hate and prejudice instead of standing by watching. Through the lens of (cyber)bullying, our workshops explore themes of inclusion, respectful relationships, social leadership, diversity, values and ethics and empathy.
Through role plays, activities, experiments and interactive discussion, key insights are driven by students and key messages are safely realised through experiential learning.
Our workshops have a strong focus on setting up positive norms. We aim to raise students social and self-awareness and create an environment where diversity is celebrated.
Our workshop outcomes are aligned with the Australian Curriculum, AMF's eSmart framework and we are officially certified by the Federal eSafety office.
We provide young people with both strategies for tackling (cyber)bullying when it occurs and proactive strategies to keep themselves and others safe, connected and supported.
So this sounds great, but maybe you want to know how our approach translates into school settings. Check out this video to learn exactly what we do.
* Est. 2006 with a strong track record
* 300,000+ student reach
* Certified by federal Office of the eSafety Commissioner
* Telstra, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google and YouTube
* Sit on Twitter Trust and Safety Council
* Sit on Facebook Safety Advisory Board
* Highly trained, passionate young presenters
* Show not tell approach
* We empower and unite young people
A passionate and diverse team of individuals united by the belief that young people can create positive change in the world around them
Cofounder and CEO
Cofounder and CEO
Head of Schools Growth
Head of Digital Communications
Head of Programs
Lead Bookings Coordinator
Bookings Coordinator (Primary)
It was a great refresher on how to act in the on the online world. This was AWESOME because social media plays a big part in most of our lives. This made us aware of not only the negatives of social media but the positives too.Year 8 student, Clonard College