Second Step in Australia and New Zealand
Hear from Australian educators and students about why they chose the Second Step Social Emotional Learning program and why they love it.
Second Step in Action: See what students in a Year 4 class learn in a Second Step lesson.
Tara, 2Inspire Tutoring
Second Step is a well-researched, age appropriate and effective social-emotional learning program that can be integrated into a classroom and whole-school environment.
I love the no-prep! I love the engagement from the kids! I love the simplicity of the strategies! And, It works! I use Second Step for ages 12-14 in the community. I know talking about social issues and emotional responses of themselves and others helps these teens to navigate through some difficult events.
Ros, Guidance Officer
There’s a plethora of programs to choose from, but from the three criteria we had;
1) A program that is teacher friendly, 2) evidence-based and
3) comprehensively covers CASEL's 5 core competencies, Second Step was the program that ticked all the boxes and exceeded the other programs on offer.
Tracy, Learning & Behaviour Resource Teacher
Both teachers and students are saying really positive things about the program with the students in particular loving the songs, games, puppets and discussions. Our principal has said they have found the number of Office Discipline Referral's have halved since beginning Second Step. She also feels that Second Step is good for the adults as well as the students in the school!
Getting on Track in Time - Got It!
Positive Pieces Education works with the NSW Health Got It! Program to deliver Second Step as the Universal Social Emotional Learning program to Got It! schools across New South Wales.
"The adoption of Second Step as a guiding social-emotional learning program within the universal program of Got It! displayed signs of positive program implementation, delivery and impact."
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Learn how Second Step has helped to improve the social and emotional wellbeing and behaviour of students and boosted the overall school climate at a primary school in New Zealand.