In our recent school surveys, and feedback from student voice we have identified a need to develop greater support for students assist young people to develop resiliency. Students experience a tremendous amount of physical and mental growth on a daily basis. Between school, co-curricular activities, work and their social life, students face lots of new experiences and challenges. Being resilient gives students the ability to tackle these head-on, bounce back from any setbacks and have the best chance at succeeding. It allows them to learn and grow in all situations – two skills that are crucial to wellbeing and development. Resilience will also help students to approach new situations, people or experiences with confidence and a positive mindset, which will make them more likely to succeed.