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There’s no one-size-fits-all approach in supporting youth engagement, but all young people have a spark. Something that inspires and drives them; and this can be the spark that helps them to find resilience, build a sense of self and self-worth to overcome diversity and find relevance in their education.

Working with parents

Queensland schools are committed to strong communication with parents and communities, to support all students to succeed.

Parents play a significant role in supporting their child’s education, but it can be hard to know how to navigate education pathways and options and access relevant support. Building a strong value of learning and developing the motivation to take opportunities comes from within. By supporting their child’s spark and unique interests, parents can help their child build resilience, enhanced sense of self and build relevance and meaning in their education.

Sparking their future

They might be surprised how much their child is already learning from being engaged in their hobby. It might surprise you how much their spark can influence other areas of their life. As they try and fail, they are learning. Trying is perseverance. Learning is developing expert skills and knowledge in the area. Seeking out information is researching. Through nurturing a child’s spark, you can help them develop a range of skills they can use in all areas of their life; while giving them purpose, enjoyment and strengthening their sense of identity.

Through this site, you can find tips, information and support to help your child to get the most from their education.

Working with schools and organisations

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Last Updated: 17 June 2022