- 16 October 2019
- 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
The Berry Street Education Model Masterclasses are one-day offerings for participants who have already completed the Berry Street Education Model four-day training course.
These special masterclass days are valuable opportunities for educators to extend their knowledge, re-connect and further their application of the model. Our masterclasses are a great way to collaborate with like-minded educators in our growing community of practice.
While each class has a different focus, we have designed the program to be informed by research, anchored in practice, and aimed at building sustainability and consistency in the Berry Street Education Model across a whole-school approach.
A sense of belonging is a fundamental human need. Alarmingly, research tells us that one in four students does not feel like they ‘belong’ to school. Loneliness has become an epidemic and adolescents are an age group at risk. What can be done?
In this innovative masterclass, The Berry Street Education Model introduces a topic of fundamental importance: school belonging. Fostering belonging in students has widespread benefits, with positive outcomes that extend well into adulthood.
Schools are ideal places to build lasting connections and stand ready to make a difference. This masterclass opens doors for creating connected and inclusive classrooms and schools.
Participants will be provided with:
- An engaging, activity-based format
- An overview of school belonging theory and research
- Skills and resources to measure, evaluate, plan and embed school belonging practices
Participants will also learn about current strategies that are proven to increase a sense of school belonging.
All participants will leave the masterclass with a brief school belonging handbook that includes evidence-backed interventions, measurement tools, sample activities and resources for further reading.
Who Should Attend
This masterclass is an exciting opportunity for teachers and school leaders alike to embrace school belonging, an important focus for modern-day educational practices.
Early Bird Rate: $295 (incl. GST) Registered and paid before 20 September 2019
Full Rate: $345 (incl. GST)
Please read our Payment Terms & Conditions.
Berry Street Central Office, 1 Salisbury Street, Richmond VIC 3121
Phone: (03) 9429 9266
How to Get There
Tram: Berry Street is conveniently located on tram routes No. 48 or No. 75 (travels down Flinders St and Bridge Rd), Tram route 78 (travels down Church St) and Tram route 109 (travels down Collins St and Victoria St).
Train: Berry Street is also close to both West Richmond and North Richmond train stations, both of which are on the Epping and Hurstbridge lines.
For more public transport information please visit Public Transport Victoria.
Taxi: Berry Street is just a 10 minute taxi ride from the Melbourne CBD. To book a taxi call Yellow Cabs on 13 22 27.
Parking: There are plenty of 2 hours parking spaces around Berry Street, check Buckingham Street, Kent Street, Laity Street or Lincoln Street. Four hour parking is available in Risley St. An all-day parking option is the Coles Richmond Plaza carpark off Church Street. The cost for all day parking is $16 and is a 10 minute walk from the office.
Payment Terms & Conditions
Payment must be made at time of registration and only credit cards will be accepted. Your registration will not be confirmed unless payment has been processed.
A confirmation and tax invoice will be issued automatically upon registration to your nominated email address.
Please be advised if payment or cancellation notification is not received as per the above terms and conditions your ability to attend future event will be impacted.
A full refund will be issued for cancellations up until 7 business days prior to the first day of the course. No refunds will be issued after this date however substitutions are welcome.
Should the Berry Street Education Team cancel a course for any reason, those registered at this time will be entitled to a full refund of registration fees only, and this will incur no administrative charges or penalties.
- 16 October 2019
- 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM