Benefits for Communities

  • Partners in wellbeing

    We all want the best for our kids. We want them to be happy, confident, positive, and caring people who have a strong sense of self, place, inner calm, and of being loved, respected, and valued.

    This is what we mean when we talk about social and emotional wellbeing. It’s critical to the way our children experience the world, relate to the people around them, and participate in learning. That’s why schools and families share an interest in the wellbeing of children.

    In fact, families and schools can be two halves of great partnerships for building strong learning cultures for children.

    Rumble’s Quest can help schools, agencies, and other social institutions work with families to find the right ways to support the particular wellbeing needs of the children in their care.

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    As a parent or carer, you know your child best. But your child’s teachers also want to know them – as a person – not just as a student in their class.

    Rumble’s Quest gives schools, education leaders, practitioners, and policymakers a way to listen directly to children as they try to form a clearer picture of how to elevate wellbeing and the social and emotional climate in their organizations.

    And because wellbeing straddles community, school, and home environments, everyone has a role to play in supporting our children’s social and emotional needs.

    Many of the factors that form the basis of social and emotional awareness emerge from everyday practices and can be strengthened through simple games and activities. This means that wellbeing is something that teachers, parents, family and friends can all contribute to on a regular basis.

    When communities are able to provide consistently supportive environments, children are more likely to feel connected, safe, and a sense of belonging that helps them develop and learn with enthusiasm and energy.

  • Good for families

    There’s a reason why Rumble is so cute and cuddly: because Rumble’s Quest isn’t scary!

    It’s fun for kids to play, and there’s no sense of clinical enquiry or stigma attached to it.

    Parents can get behind Rumble’s Quest, and even advocate for schools to learn more about wellbeing, and find out how Rumble’s Quest can help.

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    Parents and families can trust the process. Rumble’s Quest is not about finding “problems” with kids – in fact, that’s not what it does at all.

    It’s about making the school more effective in their pastoral care focus by giving them real data that identifies important areas to focus on in their future wellbeing programs, and it tracks the effectiveness of the programs they are already running.

    Bottom line: If a school is gathering wellbeing data from children, it shows that the school cares.

  • Good for community engagement

    Effective schools are often looking for ways to engage with families and build strong ties with community champions for child wellbeing.

    Rumble’s Quest can help open up new collaborative spaces that bring schools, families, and communities together to help kids more effectively.

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    Rumble’s Quest provides opportunities for schools to reach out and connect with their wider communities by implementing programs with their input and cooperation. With the guidance that Rumble’s Quest provides, this shared process can be a positive and unifying experience.

    Rumble’s Quest can also assist in the targeted selection of community programs to help address wellbeing concerns within the school. It creates opportunities for local community organizations to offer services to the school.

Talk to your child’s school about Rumble’s Quest.