The Just Be Nice Project is built around ensuring that we improve equality of opportunity for people everywhere. What better place to help, than to improve the lives and opportunities for students?
The Just Be Nice Project works in schools providing actual logistical help to students and families of students in need. Working within communities to manage goodwill into positive outcomes for children at school.
We also run programs for students to improve their understanding of disadvantage, improve resilience, performance and community engagement. Building not only better students and citizens, but nicer people.
Knowing how different each school environment is, we tailor each program to the needs of your particular school.
With around 50% of teachers leaving the profession inside of 5 years, we realise the immense pressure that teachers are under in classrooms all over Australia.
We support teachers and administrators in a variety of ways, including;
1. Providing logistical help in the classroom;
When teachers are in need of resources they are dipping into their own pockets, we support teachers by collating and sourcing materials needed in the classroom.
2. Teacher-Led student support;
No one understands the needs of their students like teachers. We give teachers the tools to understand signs of disadvantage, so they can communicate to us and we can work alongside them to address the disadvantage in the classroom and broader community.
The Just Be Nice Project in your community coordinates the goodwill and resources from the school and broader community into outcomes for people affected by disadvantage and tough times.
Schools provide an invaluable resource, providing care, contact, support and understanding. We aim to utilise this expertise to help supply the necessary resources to communities through the classroom.
No one understands the needs of a school community better than the school, and we seek to empower the teachers, administrators and parents, through practical, logistical support to locals and local families in need, while furthering the educational and character development of staff and students.