Understand the impact of change and use that knowledge to guide next steps
Learn about the implementation of a school–wide wellbeing programme: Flourishing@Avonside.
This story outlines the year–long process that Bays Cluster undertook as part of a Ministry of Education Wellbeing pilot, supported by Dr Lucy Hone - Director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience.
Limitless is a programme available for secondary students to understand their strengths and passions and to help them explore options for their futures.
The Wellbeing@School website is designed to support schools to engage with the whole school community in a process of self-review.
The Wellbeing@School tools are designed to support primary, intermediate and secondary schools to engage in a review process.
Positive Behaviour for Learning initiatives help parents, whānau, teachers, early childhood centres, and schools address problem behaviour, improve children’s well-being, and increase educational achievement.
ERO identified five principles as common themes in the evidence and research on effective programmes and initiatives to promote and respond to student wellbeing.
This report documents the findings of ERO's evaluation of how well 159 primary schools reviewed in Term 1 2014 promoted and responded to student wellbeing.
This report presents the findings of ERO’s evaluation of how well 68 secondary schools in Term 1 2014 promoted and responded to student wellbeing.
Wellbeing for success: a resource for schools has been developed to help schools evaluate and improve student wellbeing.
This site shares the work of New Zealand experts Dr Lucy Hone, Dr Denise Quinlan, and their team. There is a range of resources available on the site that they have developed.
Adapts the PERMA model for students.
A useful diagram that outlines how communities can work together.
A tool developed to track wellbeing in school communities. (Cost involved)
The Monitoring and Evaluation Framework (MEF) and card set supports schools on a journey of transformational change and identifies aspects of practice which can enable the innovation of teaching and learning. Monitoring impact on wellbeing and learning is one of the nine principles of the MEF.
One model for understanding Māori health is the concept of ‘te whare tapa whā’ – the four cornerstones (or sides) of Māori health.
On this University of Pennsylvania website, you will find information about some of the larger positive psychology initiatives from the University of Pennsylvania Positive Psychology Center.
New Economics Foundation's (NEF) conducted a review of the most up-to-date evidence and found that building five actions into day to day lives is important for the wellbeing of individuals, families, communities and organisations.
A model that aims to build a positive culture that places wellbeing at the heart of education.
This Māori health model brings together elements of modern health promotion.
A strategy to support education that enables the success and well-being of Ngāi Tahu whānau in all aspects of their lives.
A support for teachers to grow their bicultural development by exploring kaupapa Māori assessment and developing their understanding of a Māori world view and bicultural practices.
Māori Movement is a health and wellbeing programme that brings together the traditional training of the Māori warriors (both male and female) into a modern interpretation. (Cost involved)
The Yoga in Schools programme offers the incorporation of Te Reo Māori through mindfulness movement. Each programme combines the four dimensions of hauora, physical, mental and emotional, social, and spiritual well-being. (Cost involved)
The Skylight Trust has developed resources on a range of topics including Loss and Grief, Relationships and Trauma.
Survey for older students and adults to identify key character strengths.
The information in this website helps school leaders and teachers in gathering, analysing, interpreting, and using information about students' progress and achievement.
Practical guidance for Aotearoa teachers and educational leaders. Helping you recognise, plan for, and meet the learning and wellbeing needs of diverse learners.
This sabbatical report by Alec Solomon presents his findings on student wellbeing through a literature review, visiting schools and other institutions.
This report written by Sue Clement investigates how schools can foster wellbeing for the growing number of students who present with heightened levels of anxiety and trauma. Learn more about successful interventions, practices and strategies that will benefit the health, wellbeing and achievement of these students.