High School Students 03 Aug 2021

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About the program

The Cool with High School Social Skills Group is a 14-week program where your child will learn some of the following skills:

  • How enter and exit conversations
  • How to use appropriate conversational skills
  • How to use appropriate humour
  • How to handle rumours and gossip
  • How to find common interests in conversations
  • How to be a good host during get-togethers
  • How to choose appropriate friends
  • How to be a good sport
  • How to handle arguments
  • How to manage online conversations
  • How to handle teasing and bullying

The program that will be used is based on the Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS). The PEERS program is an evidence based social skills treatment focusing on children who are having difficulty making or keeping friends. Skills will also be supplemented by the researched based program Skillstreaming, which teaches children prosocial behaviours. We aim to address some of the issues children have with the social transition from primary to high school. We are also flexible and invite you to discuss let us know if there are any other areas of concern.


The program will run weekly from Friday the 13th of August 2021 (Term 1, Week 4).

No sessions are expected to occur during the school holidays.

We anticipate the last session will be on Friday the 3rd of December 2021. However, this is subject to change based on any future COVID-19 restrictions that prevent group sessions from running. We may ask people’s availability for school holiday sessions if this occurs.

Sessions will occur at the Child Wellbeing Centre,  5 Brockman Road, Midland  weekly from 4:00pm until 5:30pm.

Parking is available on the street or opposite the building. Cost is $116.38 per session and can be covered using NDIS funding. It is important that you and your child attend all 14 weeks to get as much as they can from the program. 

PLease call Reception on 9274 7062 to register your interest in the program.