What is the Moreland Youth Resilience Survey?
The Youth Resilience Survey is an online tool which places young people at the centre of their own learning.
The online resilience survey collects, collates and analyses self-reported characteristics of young people in terms of their:
- incidence of anxiety and depression, and
- Risk and protective behaviours
Using the resilience survey tool, we will be tracking and monitoring resilience outcomes in Moreland’s young people over a 3 year period commencing in 2018.
What is resilience?
Resilience is the ability to draw upon the strengths within yourself and around you to flexibly respond to life while remaining true to yourself and creating positive relationships with others.
Who can participate?
The project is open to all primary and secondary schools in Moreland, youth specific agencies and young people aged 10 to 18.
Dates for 2019
School Recruiting: 1 December 2018 – 4 March 2019
Survey Implementation: 11 March 2019 – 29 March 2019
Survey Report Findings:13 May 2019 (emailed from Resilience Youth Australia)
Register and more information
To register fill out the application form. For more information email the Youth Projects Coordinator Damien Woodcock or phone 9389 8647.
In 2018, 15 schools participated in the survey with 1882 young people surveyed.
- Corpus Christi Primary School
- Belle Vue Park Primary School
- Brunswick North Primary School
- St Matthews Primary School
- Glenroy Central Primary School
- Coburg Primary School
- St Marks Parish Primary School
- Moreland Primary School
- Glenroy West Primary School
- Coburg North Primary School
- St Thomas More Primary School
- Mercy Secondary College
- John Fawkner Secondary College
- Glenroy Secondary College
- Sydney Road Community School