The Resilience Project













The Resilience Project delivers emotionally engaging programs to schools, sports clubs and businesses, providing practical, evidence-based, positive mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness.

They have delivered programs to over 500 schools around the country and worked with many elite sporting teams including the Australian cricket, netball and soccer teams, NRL and AFL clubs.

Through presentations, wellbeing journals, school curriculum, teacher diaries and our app, they seek to help all Australians become mentally healthy.



Their Mission: to teach positive mental health strategies to help people become more happy.

Beaumaris Primary School has been working with The Resilience Project since the start of 2017 as an official partner.

Step by step, this is how it works;
  • STAFF are engaged at a professional development session and provided with resources, activities and knowledge to support their work with students

  • STUDENTS are inspired across all year levels through the delivery of two highly engaging presentations

  • PARENTS are empowered through a presentation that provides practical strategies to help build their son/daughters resilience

  • BPS receives regular newsletters with interesting and supportive approaches to teaching resilience in the school setting


In Addition, as a Partnership school we receive the following benefits:

  • All students complete The Resilient Youth Survey, which is a scientifically validated student wellbeing survey completed by over 200,00 students across Australia. This data informs the content of presentations.

  • A Resilience Profile Workshop for staff focused on the school’s survey data and how it related to The Resilience Project curriculum

  • Each student has their own personal student journal containing The Resilience Project Curriculum (10-30 lessons depending on year level).  This journal is part of the Stationery kit for each year level at the start of the school year,

  • BPS receives additional lessons and curriculum support on current world events that explore resilience and mental health