The Australian Student Wellbeing Framework acknowledges the importance of families collaborating as partners with the school to support their children’s learning, safety and wellbeing. Effective and culturally respectful partnerships with families and community organisations build a shared understanding of how to support students to build their resilience and enhance their social and emotional skills. The Framework offers practical strategies for supporting you to support your children during their important schooling years and beyond.
View the Framework here
This video animation captures the essential components of the new Australian Student Wellbeing Framework.
Australian schools are learning communities that promote student wellbeing, safety and positive relationships so that students can to reach their potential.
The five interconnected elements of leadership, inclusion, student voice, partnerships and support provide the foundation for the whole-school community to promote student wellbeing, safety and learning outcomes.
Leadership Visible leadership to inspire positive school communities
InclusionInclusive and connected school culture
Student voiceAuthentic student participation
PartnershipsEffective family and community partnerships
SupportWellbeing and support for positive behaviour
Be sure to sign up to the Student Wellbeing Hub newsletter to stay up to date with this exciting new initiative.
Wellbeing comprises many aspects of a young person’s life including their emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual health and happiness. When children and young people feel a sense of belonging and experience safe and trusting relationships they are more engaged and successful learners. Schools play a key role in creating positive learning environments where everyone is respected and diversity is valued.
The Australian Student Wellbeing Framework supports Australian schools to be safe, inclusive and connected learning communities that promote positive relationships and wellbeing as foundation for students to reach their full potential.