Answer these question to the best of your knowledge. You will be presented with your score at the end of this tool. There are 14 questions in total and there is no time limit to answer these questions. Your details and answers are also shared with us. Overarching Principle A: The School responds to the needs of children & young people first & foremostOverarching Principle A: The School responds to the needs of children & young people first & foremostNot CommencedStarting/investigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 1 out of 14 Overarching Principle B: The School is culturally, socially & emotionally understanding & responsiveNot CommencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 2 out of 14 Overarching Principle C: The School models & honours compassion, empathy, caring & generosity.Not commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 3 out of 14 Overarching Principle D: The School recognises & responds to the intergenerational trauma experienced by many First Nation peoples, families & communities.Emerging (Discovering)Developing (Knowing)Competent (Doing)Responsive (Being)Proficient (Teaching) 4 out of 14 Principle 1: The school prioritises physical, social & emotional safety & well-being.Not commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 5 out of 14 Principle 2: The school values & models positive relationships, communication & interactionsNot commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 6 out of 14 Principle 3: The school provides a positive school culture that acknowledges & respects diversity, & builds connectednessNot commencedStarting/investigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 7 out of 14 Principle 4: The school works with families, community & services to identify & respond to traumaNot commencedStarting/investigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 8 out of 14 Principle 5: The school identifies vulnerable children & young people early & provides individualised attention & supportNot commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 9 out of 14 Principle 6: The school teaches social & emotional learning to promote emotional intelligence & resilienceNot commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 10 out of 14 Principle 7: The school offers a range of learning opportunities to staff, students & the broader community about trauma & its impactNot commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 11 out of 14 Principle 8: The school provides a structured & predictable environment that is flexible to individual children & young peoples’ needsNot commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 12 out of 14 Principle 9: The school identifies & nurtures children & young peoples’ strengths to ensure they feel valued & challengedNot commencedStarting/investigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 13 out of 14 Principle 10: The school reflects, changes & grows in response to the integration of trauma-informed practicesNot commencedStarting/InvestigatingIn partIntegratingEmbedded 14 out of 14 Approval to conduct this research has been provided by the University of Western Australia, in accordance with its ethics review and approval procedures (RA#4/20/6041). Any person considering participation in this research project, or agreeing to participate, may raise any questions or issues with the researchers at any time. In addition, any person not satisfied with the response of researchers may raise ethics issues or concerns, and may make any complaints about this research project by contacting the Human Ethics Office at the University of Western Australia on (08) 6488 3703 or by emailing to email@example.com. Time is Up!