For Parents

Student Wellbeing


What do you most want for your children in life?

Student Wellbeing –  The Resilience Project

Gulfview Heights Primary School in conjunction with The Resilience Project (TRP) is committed to teaching positive mental health strategies to prevent mental ill-health and build young people’s capacity to deal with adversity.

We understand that as primary carers, you have an essential role to play in building positive mental health with your children. Through this program, teachers and students will engage in weekly lessons and activities around the key principles of Gratitude, Empath, Mindfulness(GEM) and Emotional Literacy to build resilience and lead happier, healthier and more fulfilled lives. To support what we’re doing in the classroom, you will be invited to information sessions throughout the year to introduce you to The Resilience Project, build your own confidence around resilience, and give you ideas to support your children with their mental health.

TRP delivers emotionally engaging programs to schools providing practical, evidence-based, positive mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness.  TRP has been evaluated by the Universities of Melbourne and Adelaide, and is regarded as one of the most engaging positive mental health programs in Australia.

Resource links

Link TRP@Home link for families:

Please see our newsletter for regular updates on TRP, resources and family information events.

The Resilience Project Seminar 9/5/2022 co-hosted by the below GHPS Students

In attendance at the seminar was the Hon Blair Boyer , Minister for Education, Training and Skills in South Australia.

He values student mental health as a key focus in all South Australian schools.  Pictured also is Ilia Tsoutouras Education Director for the Department for Education.

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Student Wellbeing