Reboot Strategies & Programs

Core Curriculum

Developing cognitive and supporting social-emotional learning in Literacy, Numeracy, and Health & Physical Activity through a planned curriculum, based on our ethos of Mind Body & Spirit and delivered through our ReBOOT philosophy and practice.

Pre-vocational Courses

Developing work readiness skills and attitudes through vocational activities and experience in Automotive, Hospitality, Sport & Recreation, Construction and Horticulture.

Resilience through Outdoor Adventure Program (ROAP)

Developing the personalities, attitudes, abilities and skill sets which enable lifelong success and learning. This is achieved through developing resilience and improved social & emotional habits & skills through developing team work and communications skills thorough challenge and adventure. This is delivered through the medium of outdoor educational activities, camp and expedition.

Work Experience and Volunteering/Community Service initiatives

Developing and enhancing work readiness and community spirit through work placements experience and in community volunteering projects, developing a further sense of belonging, value and a place in society.

Virtues and community service Program

Developing and understanding the characteristics of being a positive member of society, through integrity and improving personal character.

Additional internal Support and External Agencies collaboration

Additional individual support for students through the Chaplain, Guidance officer and staff mentors along with additional outside agencies as required. Supporting both the student and family in accessing and engaging in learning.

Supplementary Projects and initiatives

We consistently have opportunities to utilise projects and grants which support enhance or supplement our philosophy and Aims. These are varied and often come with additional finding and accountability attached. They can provide us with additional drive and resources not normally available through recurrent funding and add great value to all we do.

YMCA Vocational School

YMCA Social Impact

Officially known as Y-Care SE Qld Inc., YMCA Social Impact is the group of programs that make up the charitable arm of the YMCA Brisbane.

Our mission is to break the cycle of disadvantage and give people a Real Opportunity to grow, in mind, body and spirit. We aim to transform lives.


YMCA Vocational School
Clem Jones Campus
41-45 Mary Street
Kingston, Queensland 4114

Tel:(07) 3440 4300
Fax:(07) 3440 4399
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