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This July 2021 we are thrilled to launch Project Flourish!

We have an outstanding, evidence based whole school social and emotional program and we want more schools to have access to it. 

Project Flourish is about supporting our regional and rural communities, ensuring that their primary schools have access to quality mental health education. You can't separate learning and wellbeing. 

This project has been made possible by generous donations from philanthropic individuals and with the support of The Gogo Foundation.

In 2021 Project Flourish will award 7 schools scholarships to regional or rural schools.

Access to the Grow Your Mind whole school program for 12 months, including: 

-  Digital for Teachers online subscription (units of work, emotional literacy tools, video lessons, mini wellbeing exercises)
-  Professional development: Introduction to Teacher Wellbeing (2 hours) Implementing Grow Your Mind (1.5 hours)

- Pre and post impact evaluation surveys

- Ongoing support and assistance

Applications for 2021 are now closed - 

 If you are a rural or regional primary school that would like to be considered for one of the Grow Your Mind scholarships join our mailing list so we can keep you posted as to when applications open again. 

Be part of movement of radical generosity and donate to this project so that more scholarships can be awarded. 

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Pre and post evaluation surveys of 106 primary school kids at South Coogee Public School in 2019 revealed that:

92% felt MORE confident to take care of their mental health since doing the Grow Your Mind lessons. 

1 in 2 students knew about the key parts of the brain as opposed to 1 in 5 before the Grow Your Mind program. 

 Our teacher wellbeing course has seen 95% of all school staff attendees increase in their confidence to take care of their mental health.


To date we have donated:

120 school kits 

 50 home kits 

 2 teacher wellbeing courses 

 15 Weeds and Flowers board games


We are proud to be in such a diverse range of schools that are growing by the day… sometimes people like to know who has our resources. With over 200 schools to date investing in them, the list is long. 

 Here is a snapshot:  

New England Girls School, NEGS Armidale NSW 

 Loreto Kirribilli, Sydney 

 Greenacre Baptist Christian school, Sydney  

Natural Play Child Centre, Berry 

St Augustine's Parish School, Narromine

The Sydney Grammar School, Sydney 

 Ravenswood School for Girls, Sydney 

Woollahra Public School, Sydney

The American School, Singapore

 Arundel Public School, Arundel, Queensland 

 The Emanuel School, Sydney 

St Brendan’s Annandale, Sydney

Tadpoles nursery school, London 

South Coogee Public School, Sydney 

Chifley Public School, Sydney 

Kangaroo Valley School, Kangaroo Valley NSW 

Villa Maria Catholic School, Sydney 

Muswellbrook South Public School, Muswellbrook, NSW 

Moriah College ELC, Sydney 

Jilkmingan community school, Jilkmingan Northern Territory 

Hurstville Public School, Sydney 

Spring Gully Kindergarten, Spring Gully Victoria 

Canberra Christian School, Canberra 

Emu Plains Public School, Sydney 

Walhallow Public School, Caroona NSW 

Spring Ride Public School, Spring Ridge NSW 

Anson Street Public School, Orange 

Roseville College, Sydney 

Tacking Point Public School, Port Macquarie NSW 

Geelong Grammar School, Bostock House, Victoria 

Mountain Creek State School, Queensland 

MLC Burwood, Sydney 

Jameston Community School South Australia 

Saint Spyridon College, Sydney 

Wakehurst Public School, Sydney 

Hampden Park Public School, Sydney 

Masada College, Sydney 

Eastlakes Public School, Sydney 

Plunkett Street Public, Sydney 

Mascot Public School, Sydney 

Soldiers Settlement Public School, Sydney 

Montessori East, Sydney 

 Montessori South Australia 

Montessori Barrenjoey, NSW 

Clovelly Public School, Sydney

We are very proud to be a certified BCorp, which means we are part of a community that is working toward reducing inequality, lowering levels of poverty, creating a healthier environment, stronger communities, and the creation of more high quality jobs with dignity and purpose. 

We are also part of the Pledge 1% movement and donate to nonprofits who work directly in the area of mental health.