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Berry Street Education Model

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In today’s changing world, many primary and secondary school students encounter daily challenges that can impact their success at school. These can range from ongoing stress when learning, to unsuccessfully meeting their own needs within the classroom.

Despite best efforts and intentions, schools often require specialised strategies to address student needs for healing, growth, and achievement.

Berry Street Education Model strategies

The Berry Street Education Model (BSEM) provides strategies for teaching and learning that enable teachers to increase engagement of students with complex, unmet learning needs and to successfully improve all students’:

  • self-regulation
  • relationships
  • wellbeing
  • growth
  • academic achievement.

Our pedagogical strategies incorporate:

  • trauma-informed teaching
  • positive education
  • wellbeing practices.

BSEM training

BSEM is offered as a suite of structured professional development, consultation and mentoring opportunities for school leaders and teachers.

More than 40,000 Australian teaching staff across 3,500 schools have already experienced our 4-day foundation training.

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Discover more about BSEM

To find out more about BSEM, go to Berry Street Education Model.

To find out more about the BSEM course, go to BSEM training course.