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… explores the various ways students use words and phrases with depth and understanding or not. The program empowers students to think about they way they think and experience a hypothetical scenario to test their thinking’s consistency. and finally  engages students on how to ‘disagree agreeably’. The program explores how students value ‘consistency and integrity’ in their lives and therefore the way they live.

Don’t Judge Me! equips and transforms students with the following learning goals and outcomes …

  1. Providing a safe environment to listen and learn from each individual involved
  2. Enabling students to articulate core values they hold, without the fear of being judged.
  3. Developing capacity to discern through the lens of consistency, integrity, selflessness.
  4. Consider the differences between having ‘seen something’ vs ‘knowing something’ with the application of character formation, ie do we live what we know or just say what we know.
  5. Develop the skills to listen, hear and articulate culturally hot topics that students have opinions on and differ about in order to develop empathic vs pathetic discussion skills.


As per the Personal and Social Capabilities in the Australian National Curriculum, students are invited to reflect critically on their emotional responses to challenging situations in a social context; reflect on feedback from peers, teachers and other adults, to analyse personal characteristics and skill set that contribute to or limit their personal and social capability; consider control and justify their emotional responses, in expressing their opinions, beliefs, values, questions and choices; articulate their personal value system; and generate, apply and evaluate strategies such as active listening, mediation and negotiation to prevent and resolve interpersonal problems and conflicts.