This Wellbeing kete has been designed to support facilitators and participants in the Grow Waitaha Wellbeing Pilot Programme. You can find useful links and resources to support student and staff wellbeing. This kete will be updated as required.
This kete provides useful links and resources to support schools to maximise inclusive opportunities for all ākonga. It will be updated as required.
This selection of Grow Waitaha videos supports schools to consider and monitor students' wellbeing and learning.
Wellbeing for success is a resource developed to help schools evaluate and improve student wellbeing.
This webpage offers key ideas for wellbeing in New Zealand schools including the role of students and key issues to be aware of. It is part of a wider ERO report around wellbeing for success.
This section of Assessment Online helps educators use evidence for learning to enhance teaching and learning at their schools.
All Right? is a Healthy Christchurch initiative led by the Canterbury District Health Board and the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. The aim of the initiative is to help Cantabrians live brighter.
The mindfulness in the classroom series of posts were written to support the development of mindful practice in the classroom so that it becomes part of classroom life.
This reading promotes empathy as a critical component of learning.
Eight practical strategies to make it easier for children when starting or returning to school.
This Grow Waitaha article explains Limitless, a programme available for secondary students to understand their strengths and passions and to help them explore options for their futures.
Read about the range of wellbeing initatives at Rangi Ruru Girls' School, developed and supported by Jenelle Hooson, the school's wellbeing coordinator.