Helping Children to Learn

Our Work Developing Life Skills for Young people - Berry Street School
The Berry Street School is a specialist independent secondary school with campuses based in Morwell, Noble Park, Shepparton and Ballarat. Due to traumatic experiences, our students may have difficulty learning in a group setting. At Berry Street School students are able to flourish with support that best meets their individual needs.
Helping Children to Learn - Berry Street Education Model
The Berry Street Education Model provides schools with training, curriculum and strategies to engage the most challenging students. It is a positive education framework that supports teachers meet the specific needs of young people, particularly those who have been affected by trauma.
Helping Children to Learn - Youth Foyer
The Foyer provides safe accommodation for up to 40 young people aged 16-24, while they are studying at the GOTAFE Shepparton campus. 


Healing Childhood Trauma - Mentoring

Our mentoring programs give young people the opportunity to build positive relationships with caring and supportive volunteer mentors from the community. All our programs encourage young people to develop important life skills, increase their resilience, make connections with their community and set goals for the future.

Helping Children to Learn - L2P
The L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program is open to young people aged 16 to 20 years who reside in Latrobe City and who do not have access to the support and resources necessary to achieve the 120 hours of driving experience required for obtaining their probationary drivers licence. 
Our Work Developing Life Skills for Young people - Training
Berry Street has been a Registered Training Organisation and Adult, Community & Further Education provider since 2006. We provide high quality, accredited training in areas such as the Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention and the Diploma of Community Services for workers across the sector.
3840 Our Learning Future
Our Learning Future has been created to enhance the lifelong learning experiences and employment opportunities of young people, families and residents of Morwell.
The Navigator program is a Victorian government initiative to support young people aged 12-17 years to re-engage with education and training.
The Moonda Nerran Briel Project is a community-based project aimed at assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in the Latrobe Valley.