Hub leader Toolbox

Hub leaders play a vital role in connecting parents and children with local schools, agencies and people in the community.

This toolbox will be updated frequently. If it doesn’t answer your questions, reach out to your support coordinator or your local network of hub leaders – they will likely be able to help. If there is something missing from this toolbox, please let us know at: info@communityhubs.org.au

This toolbox will help:


Want to learn more?
Click to find out about the history of hubs, our key program outcomes, and the impact of hubs.

What hubs do

Engagement

Engage and connect families in culturally diverse communities.

Early childhood

Connect preschool children into playgroups and prepare them for school.

English

Provide opportunities to learn and practice English.

Vocational pathways

Build pathways to volunteering and employment.

What hubs achieve

Children

Child outcomes

Migrant children enjoy and succeed in school and achieve optimal health, development and wellbeing.

Families

Family outcomes

Migrant families function well, have the capacity, confidence and skills to nurture child learning, and are connected, active participants in the community and workforce.

School

School outcomes

Schools respond to the needs and aspirations of migrant children and families.

Community

Community outcomes

Community services respond early and effectively to migrant child and family needs.

Some quick links to get you started:

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Hub leaders are supported
by other hub leaders

Your fellow hub leaders are an excellent resource for you to gain an understanding of the characteristics of the local community.

Hub leader and principal connection

After connecting with the principal, together you will work together to review and plan programs for the following term.

Support coordinator and hub leader

Support coordinators are your sounding board for new ideas. They are also a vital source of information for relevant services and referrals.