Happy, healthy and confident young people are vital in securing a strong future for Queensland. Read more >
Wellbeing is both central to learning and an outcome of learning. It is multidimensional and characterised by feeling well and functioning well. Read more >
Wellbeing is enhanced when it is embedded in the curriculum and taught by the regular classroom teacher. Read more >
A suite of resources including webisodes by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg are available to support schools in implementing the learning and Wellbeing Framework and to provide parents with practical strategies for supporting the wellbeing of their children. Read more >
Principals and school staff support wellbeing by building a positive learning culture - providing challenging, interactive and engaging learning experiences and by nurturing relationships with families and the wider community. Students support their own wellbeing by being actively involved in their school and community - and research on resilience shows a sense of belonging is critical for young people.
The Learning and Wellbeing Framework for all Queensland state schools incorporates aspects of current practice and supports schools to:
Optimising wellbeing within the school context requires a whole-school approach that covers practices in four domains:
This page was last reviewed on 13 Feb 2013