- Tania Prettejohn
We are a company in Alice Springs (NT) that paid to advertise in this book & received a copy through the mail. I am a parent of a 15 year old boy & found it absolutely fantastic & have never seen anything like it. I was showing a couple of my work colleagues & we all said we would love to buy a copy of this. I have given the copy we got to a friend who has a young daughter in hospital with an eating disorder & she apparently hasn’t put it down.
An extra source of help in their transition to the real world
If there was ever a tool that could be used to help students with such complex issues the Street Smarthandbook is the answer. You don’t need a mobile phone or a computer to access help; the handbook is there to give our young people a hand in their transition into the big wide world. As the Senior coordinator this is a valuable resource in helping young people resolve issues they are facing.
Ipswich State High School
- Leonie Key
My name is Mrs Leonie Key and I am the Health and Physical Education Teacher at Glenala State High School. I have just read through the Street Smart Handbook and have found this book a very useful resource book in which I could definitely see my students benefitting from. I will endeavour to use these as resources and knowledge for all the classes that I teach.
Glenala State High School
- Riccale Reid
Not just for the Kids
This little book of awesomeness really hits home to our students. We are using it as a teaching tool for our yr 11 pathways class which encompasses all aspects personal growth and resilience. Fantastic resource for students, teachers and parents. Please send us more, I would love to have enough for the whole cohort of students (140).
Dakabin State High School