Students

Young people spend a great deal of their time at school so it is natural that it is an environment that can shape their wellbeing.  As many mental health disorders first emerge in adolescence it is critical to create school environments that support wellbeing. There are a range of tools and programs designed to help promote student wellbeing.

Teaching wellbeing at school
Schools will always be focused on academic learning, but research suggests it is time to make wellbeing a regular part of teaching.

Imagine if we taught stillness in classrooms
Meditation education is having a real and positive impact on student learning and wellbeing.

The Positive Detective
Positive Detective (PD+) is a wellbeing and positive education program for schools. It encourages students to find the good in their world and share it with others to increase their own happiness and those of others. Positive Detective (PD+) is a wellbeing and positive education program for schools. It encourages students to find the good in their world and share it with others to increase their own happiness and those of others.

The Wellbeing Profiler
The Wellbeing Profiler is an easy-to-use online measurement tool designed for schools to examine the well-being of their students from ages 10 to 25 years old.
It is a service dedicated to understanding the well-being of young people in schools.

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