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My Mind Check in your school

My Mind Check gives schools proactive information about students, direct from students. This tool will allow schools to understand students and use quality, evidence-based data to make wellbeing decisions. My Mind Check enables schools to flexibly undertake check-ins with guidance and resources to support follow-up.

How schools will use My Mind Check

Register your interest to join a personal planning session with our school support team. Our team will guide you through the planning and implementation of My Mind Check in the context of your school environment.


Through the My Mind Check portal, and with the support of how-to guides, conduct supervised check-ins during school hours with your students.

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Review instant outcomes for individual students and cohorts, share information including online resources and consider optional in-school support.

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What schools need to know

  • Manage caregiver consent using your usual school systems and processes
  • Easy to upload student information in preparation for the check-in
  • Enabled for desktop, laptop, or tablet
  • Schools can choose to conduct check-ins for the entire school or specific year levels
  • Any teacher can run a check-in session
  • Check-ins take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete, during school hours. Sessions should take a maximum of 30 minutes
  • The topics and language varies to be age appropriate
  • An audio option is available for students with visual disability or low literacy
Aboriginal teacher working in primary school and looking at school children

Now what?

After a student’s check-in

My Mind Check provides suggestions on how to effectively communicate and guide students and their caregivers after a check-in. We understand that there is limited time available during a busy school term but also a desire to understand and support student wellbeing. My Mind Check provides schools with how-to guides, templates, and resources on our website and within the school portal.

The check-in provides an opportunity to understand how a student feels they are going with their mental health and wellbeing. It also allows you to share information that might help caregivers to understand and support their child better.


Supporting youth mental health

Get information and support for your students

You can find fact sheets, programs and resources to support your student’s specific mental health concerns below.

If you would like more information, you can also visit and Head to Health.

A number of free and confidential phone and online mental health support services are also available for young Australians. Visit Need support now.

Young aboriginal student talking to her tutor outdoors in the sun in Australia.


My Mind Check has applied stringent guidelines when selecting programs and resources, and sourced factsheets from reputable Australian government supported organisations. We have carefully selected resources to enhance student support and information access within your school.

Ready to bring My Mind Check to your school?

Sign up now to  find out how My Mind Check can help in your school.

FAQs for schools

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Only nominated school staff members can access whole school, Year level and individual student outcomes within the portal. Schools receive guidance to handle the information collected sensitively.

Information obtained is stored in a secure Australian-based server in accordance with stringent Australian government and industry security standards. View the Privacy collection notice.

We expect around 12% of students to be placed in the struggling (red) range and another 3% to score in the vulnerable (amber) range, on average across Australia. However, the number in each category within any given school is not possible to predict and will depend on many factors. In our previous research we found that most schools ranged from as few as 5% to as many as 25% in the struggling category.

It is important to remember that approximately one third of these are likely to already be in mental health services and won’t need as much attention.

Schools must obtain ‘opt in’ consent for each participant prior to conducting a check-in. In most cases, consent will be sought from the student’s parent and/or legal guardian. In some schools, students aged 15 years or older will have the opportunity to consent for themselves.  

The consent process is the responsibility of each school and will be handled in accordance with their usual processes and privacy regulations. To support schools with this process, My Mind Check offers ‘Information and Consent’ templates, a ‘Withdrawal of Consent’ template, as well as newsletter/website copy to disseminate amongst caregivers and students.  

To withdraw consent, a ‘Withdrawal of Consent’ form must be completed and submitted to the school*. This form is available from the school portal and should be provided to caregivers or students upon request.  Once submitted, the school must delete the student from the school portal. The student’s individual data will be permanently removed from the system and will no longer be visible to the school.  

*Where the student was the original provider of consent, only the student should be permitted to withdraw consent.