Wellbeing surveys

This summary of national surveys will keep you up to date with the latest evidence and insights about the wellbeing and safety of school-aged young people and their school principals.

Understanding the middle years

Once considered a latent period, the transition from primary school to secondary school is now thought to be critical in the health and emotional development of students.

A world-first study, The Childhood to Adolescence Transition Study (CATS) shows that it’s at this stage students lay the foundations for their future success and educators can respond to these developmental patterns. 

Anti-bullying strategies

Schools play a vital role in creating a safe and inclusive environment where children and young people can learn. A school culture of responding to and reporting bullying behaviour is critical.

Two recent anti-bullying conferences highlighted the latest research about effective intervention strategies and evidence-based tools of support.

Student Wellbeing Hub webinars

Explore the Hub’s webinar series

The Hub webinars aim to support you to learn about wellbeing topics from the experts and find practical strategies to apply in your school.

Respectful Relationships Education research

What do young Australians think about violence against women?
What’s the latest in terms of peer facilitation of respectful relationships lessons?
How can bystander behaviour be best understood?