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Mental and physical wellbeing

Schools play a vital role in promoting the social, emotional and physical health and wellbeing of children and young people.

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Level

Secondary

  • Support students to make healthy lifestyle choices
  • Promote exercise and nutrition for wellbeing
  • Develop social and emotional skills
  • Monitor and evaluate student and staff wellbeing and engagement
  • Involve students in their own social and emotional development
  • Collaborate with parents to support student health and wellbeing

Bullying prevention

Creating and maintaining a safe, inclusive and respectful learning environment requires a whole-school approach to positive behaviour so that all forms of bullying, aggression and violence can be prevented.

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Level

Primary

  • Teach respectful behaviours
  • Monitor safety and wellbeing policies
  • Respect and value diversity
  • Collaborate with students and parents

Diversity and inclusion

A supportive, welcoming and inclusive school culture fosters connectedness and a sense of belonging. Respecting the diversity and unique contributions of every member of the school community builds understanding and is the basis for respectful relationships.

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Level

Secondary

  • Celebrate the diversity of the school community
  • Teach and model values and inclusive behaviours
  • Build caring, respectful relationships across the school community
  • Enhance student and staff social and emotional wellbeing

Professional learning courses

Educator

Australian Student Wellbeing Framework

Explore the five elements of the Framework in depth and discover practical strategies and resources for building positive, safe, inclusive and respectful learning communities where wellbeing can flourish.

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Choose from five free modules
1 hour per module
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Certificate of completion for each module

Educator

Resilient and inclusive classrooms

This course is moving soon to our new learning Hub. But don’t worry; you can still complete the course and receive your certificate.

Research shows that teaching practices that promote inclusiveness and key cognitive skills can improve resilience and limit vulnerabilities for violence, risk-taking and other anti-social behaviours among school students.

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Choose from three free modules
1 hour per module
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Certificate of completion for the course