Implementing Schools and Clinics

Ascham School

Sydney, NSW

Ascham School is an independent, non-denominational, day and boarding school for girls. The school’s teaching philosophy mirrors that of the Dalton Plan and focuses on four key principles — collaboration, responsibility, reflection and independence. Ascham school seeks to build resilience in its students by helping each girl develop the confidence to stretch herself and stumble, believing that self-confidence comes from effort leading to real achievement and that learning to bounce back from setbacks is an integral part of this process.

Cobaw Community Centre

Cobaw Community Health

Cobaw, Vic.

Cobaw Community Health Services Ltd was established in 1986, and is a not-for-profit with the mission of providing excellence in accessible services to enable people in Victoria to live healthy, active lives. Cobaw provides a comprehensive range of free and low-cost services to over 5,000 people each year in early childhood, youth, families, adults, aged and disability.

St Catherine's School

New South Wales

St Catherine’s is Australia’s oldest independent Anglican girls’ school, developing critical and reflective thinkers who will shape society as outstanding women and leaders.

Moranbah State School and The Best Friends

Moranbah State High School

Moranbah, QLD

Moranbah State High School is located in the heart of Queensland’s coal mining industry. They offer a vibrant, innovative and inclusive learning community for all students. Their practices are based around a philosophy to ensure “every student, in every classroom, is learning, achieving and valued. The school strives to provide a school community built on professionalism, continuous improvement and accountability, with a key focus on the mental health of all students as a key for school success.

BoF welcomes Connecting Young Minds

Connecting Young Minds

Mount Gambier, South Australia

Connecting Young Minds is a clinical practice in Mount Gambier, South Australia. Headed up by Michelle Wright, the clinic specialises in creating individualised programs for families to assist them in promoting positive mental health growth of their children.

Sacré Coeur Junior School


Sacré Cœur is a school steeped in tradition and connected to 150 sister schools across 41 different countries. Throughout a rich history since the school's establishment in 1888, thousands of women have been educated at the school.

Kesser Torah College

New South Wales

Kesser Torah College is an independent Orthodox Jewish co-educational day school that is located in Dover Heights, an eastern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales. The college provides education from preschool and kindergarten to Year 12.

Valli Jones Child Psychology

Gold Coast

Valli Jones is a Gold Coast-based psychologist with a special interest in child and adolescent psychology. Working from a holistic, person-centred perspective, Valli uses evidenced-based methods to assess and treat a range of common behavioural and mental health concerns.

St Jude’s Primary School


St Jude's is a co-educational primary school for children from Kindergarten to Year 6. They have been operating since the first enrolments beginning in 1975, meeting the needs of the Catholic and general community of the Weston Creek and Molonglo areas in Canberra.

The Best of Friends is a SEL program by Quirky Kid.

Vocational Partnerships Group

North Queensland

Vocational Partnership Group has strong expertise in building the capacity of schools through innovative staffing and program solutions. The range of programs available at VPG is customised to meet schools' needs and outcomes. VPG also works with parents, the industry and with youth. Their key goal is to improve child and youth transitions.

Milton Therapy and Learning Centre

Milton Therapy and Learning Centre

MIlton, NSW.

Milton Therapy and Learning Centre is a family-centred practice providing a range of services to Milton, Ulladulla and surrounding areas. Owned and operated by Speech Pathologist, Kate Kinch, Milton TLC also offers Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Art Therapy, Music Therapy and Keyworker services.

Leap For Kids


Leap for Kids is under the direction of Psychologist Emma Cooney. Emma has worked with children and adolescents for 20 years in educational settings within both the public and private sector. She is passionate about delivering evidence-based psychology programs and interventions.

Holy Spirit School Cranbrook


Holy Spirit Catholic School is a co-educational primary school located in Cranbrook, Townsville, and a place where children learn and find strength in spirit. Holy Spirit is one of Townsville’s oldest and now largest Catholic schools, with more than 770 students from Prep to Year 6.

The Best of Friends is a Social and Emotional program by Quirky Kid used in Public shools

Telarah Public School

Maitland, NSW

Telarah Public School sits within the beautiful township of Maitland, NSW. There are approximately 510 students from Kindergarten to Year 6. There is an Aboriginal Resource Centre and an Early Intervention Child Support Unit within the school grounds which caters for children with learning difficulties at the preschool level. Telarah Public School is committed to enhancing academic and extra-curricular learning for each child within a safe and positive learning environment.

Bridges for Learning

New South Wales

Bridges for Learning is a highly qualified and dedicated organisation with a history of providing high-quality therapy and support for children and families. They have been based in the Southern Highlands since 1986.

Sts Peter and Paul Primary School


Sts Peter and Paul is a vibrant Catholic coeducational school that is constantly adapting to the changing needs of young people and their world. It is a place where all children can discover who they are and develop the self-confidence to take on new challenges in a caring and nurturing Catholic environment.

Offer The Best of Friends® independently at your school with free training and support from us. 

A SEL program made in Australia to support students social and emotional needs and the professionals working with them. Free training and supervision so you can implement the program independently.

Don’t have the time or resources? That’s ok, we can implement the program for you.