Children and young people need a range of joined-up opportunities to learn and develop - in school, at home and in the community. Complementary learning is a comprehensive strategy for supporting a more joined-up, personalised, 24/7 approach to student learning. The Harvard Family Research Project has long been an innovator with this work. Recent useful resources include:
Contact VICCSO on (03) 9429 5900 or at for more information and practical examples of schools that are building new kinds of school-family-community partnerships.