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Assalamu alaikum Parents and Students,

Welcome back!

I hope everyone has had a relaxing and productive summer break and enjoyed time out with family and friends. My name is Ms Yasemin Bozkurt, I am the Year 12 Coordinator and I look forward to working with you on making this year full of successful and great memories.

So far students have had a safe and exciting start to the year trying to get back into the rhythm of their final school year. Whilst I believe these first couple of weeks have been a smooth transition from a very disrupted previous two years, I also understand that for some students, the excitement of back-to-school and Year 12 can in itself present anxiety, nervousness, and/or stress.

One of our main focus this year is to ensure the wellbeing of our student is well supported for academic success. At AIA we have a great team of professionals that students/parents may approach. Having the right mindset and feeling supported is a main stepping stone in a busy Year 12 school year.

Please make use of the following resources provided from the “beyou” website for further assistance

Click here to view more information

“Young people can support themselves getting through some of the tough times in adolescence by learning and practising useful skills and habits. There’s a wide range of apps out there that can help build these positive approaches by helping young people to:

  • develop resilience and coping skills
  • track and manage their mood and thoughts
  • improve their learning and communication skills
  • track physical health, including sleep, movement and nutrition.”

Useful resources and apps include:

Click here to view BRAVE program website

Online program supporting young people who are experiencing anxiety, as well as their families.

Click here to view the ReachOut Website

Practical support, tools and tips to help young people get through anything from everyday questions through to tough times.

Click here to view the Bullying. No Way! website

Tailored online information for students about bullying.

Click here to view the Headspace website

Tailored information for 12 to 25-year-olds relating to general mental health, physical health, work and study, and drugs and alcohol.

Click here to view the Office of the e Safety Commissioner website

A suit of classroom resources providing primary and secondary students with dedicated content to help empower them to safely explore the online world.

Click here to view the Beyond Now website

A safety plan app that can be accessed and edited at any time. A young person can also email it to trusted friends, family or their health professional, so they can offer support when their experiencing suicidal thoughts or heading towards a suicidal crisis.

Click here to view the Digital Dog website

A research group within the Black Dog Institute working to use technology to solve common mental health issues. The team develops and tests a suite of online mobile apps, websites and games to help lower depression, lower suicide risk, reduce stress and promote wellbeing.

Click here to view the ReachOut website

Professionally-reviewed mobile apps and tools to help them look after their health and wellbeing.

Click here to view the MoodGYM website

An online program that helps young people and adults learn about cognitive behaviour therapy skills for preventing and coping with depression.

Click here to view the Smiling Mind website

A modern meditation for young people. It's a unique web and app-based program, designed to help bring balance to young lives.

I pray for a healthy and productive 2022.

Ms Yasemin Bozkurt
Year 12 Coordinator