“SchoolTV provides schools with topic based multimedia content from some of Australia’s leading experts. It's designed to integrate seamlessly with any school website.”

Announcing SchoolTV with Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is one of Australia's highest profile psychologists and authors, specialising in children, adolescents and the use of technology for mental health.

SchoolTV is a world first concept and addresses the modern day realities faced by schools and parents sourcing clear, relevant and fact based information around raising safe, happy and resilient young people.

SchoolTV empowers parents with branded school content from Australia’s leading authorities and addresses topics such as online threats, anxiety, depression, self harm and substance abuse.


SchoolTV.me is Live!  

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Following the highly successful trial of SchoolTV in 2016 together with the support of leading Australian schools we are proud to announce SchoolTV is Live in 2017. Register for your trial of SchoolTV today


Don't feed me

“Today parents as well as schools face unprecedented challenges in raising healthy and resilient kids. SchoolTV is a unique online channel providing ongoing guidance and realistic strategies from some of the worlds leading experts”

Our Specialists

Just some of our team of specialists members bringing their expertise, commitment and diverse perspectives to your school. We help you make a stronger and more resilient community from the inside out.

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

Child and Adolescent Psychologist

Michael is the resident Child and Adolescent Psychologist at SchoolTV. He is certified in Child Internet Safety (UCLAN) and sits on the Board of many organisations including the National Centre Against Bullying. In 1985 he founded CanTeen, a cancer support group for teenagers and written several bestselling parenting books including ‘Beyond Cyberbullying’.

Professor Pat McGorry AO


Executive Director of Orygen, Professor of Youth Mental Health at The University of Melbourne. He is a world leading researcher in early psychosis and youth mental health.

Dr Jo Robinson

Dr Jo Robinson is a Senior Research Fellow at Orygen Youth Health Research Centre, University of Melbourne. She leads a suite of research programs around suicide prevention and coordinates several research projects in collaboration with Australian and overseas universities.

John Rogerson

John was appointed Chief Executive of the Australian Drug Foundation in 2008. He joined the Foundation in October 1994 as General Manager of Operations and has been Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Good Sports.

Some of our topics

SchoolTV is all about empowering parents with the latest information, strategies and resources to address the modern day realities of raising happy and safe young people in an online world.




Suicide and Self Harm

Drug and Alcohol


Offensive Material


Social Media

Screen Addiction

Digital Reputation

“Clearly, current day parents need to be alert. There is no need to be alarmed its all about giving parents the knowledge and skills they need to confidently manage their children’s use of this modern day ubiquitous technology”

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

Our School & Youth

SchoolTV has been designed to respond to the rising need of schools to provide parents with credible, independent and ongoing information on the challenges facing our youth, but current statistics may alarm as discussed below by MCG.


  • Every year 4 million Australians  are effected by mental health than impacts the national economy more that any communicable disease and costs $28.6 billion dollars.
  • The importance of youth mental health:  We know that 75% of all psychological issues in adults start under the age of 25
  • Youth Suicide in Australia: Every 18 hours in Australia 1 male aged 15 to 29 suicides and the number of young girls who suicided in 2015 was double that from 2005.
  • Wellbeing Statistics: Only 1 in 3 teenagers report regularly getting a good night of sleep and 9% of teenagers reported that they get a good night of sleep once a week or less. 19% of teenagers eat sufficient fruit and vegetables 1 in 5 (20 %) of consumed soft drinks almost every day or more.