Student Wellbeing

Chilled and considerate
Chilled and considerate
Tips for how teachers can talk to children about COVID-19 The virus has yet to fully go away.
Danielle Einstein
More school psychologists
More school psychologists
Charles Sturt to deliver NSW school psychologist training Demand for school psychologists has resulted in and new online course from Charles Sturt Uni.
Not just a school issue
Not just a school issue
Bullying a whole society problem Bullying isn’t just a school-based problem it’s a whole-of-society issue and needs to be addressed at a community level if it is to be curbed.
Next wave of anxiety
Next wave of anxiety
Step-by-step guide for teachers in managing a child’s anxiety and worry during COVID-19 In phase two of COVID, we grapple with worries around loss of income, school closures and health concerns.
Dr Danielle Einstein is a leading expert in managing uncertainty
Motivating the stressed
Motivating the stressed
The impact of trauma on youth motivation During this tough time we need to tap into motivations that will energise young and guide their mentors, teachers or support crew in the process.
Kathryn Taylor, Turning Point Consulting
Cyberbullying expert
Cyberbullying expert
Cyber bullying is evolving The social media field of play is always changing, there needs to be awareness around new ways of using it to bully.
Mental health
Mental health
Returning students' mental health needs monitoring A comprehensive online resource to help children to stay mentally healthy is now live.
Concerned?
Concerned?
New Wellbeing Pulse offered to help schools look after students while distance learning continues Educator Impact has offered its new Wellbeing Pulse tool to help schools  look after students while COVID-19 distance learning continues.
Be well
Be well
Mindfulness practice for the whole family Smiling Mind, has announced the launch of its Family Program, co created with Medibank, to foster positive mental health habits among Australian families.
Children
Children's books very white
More unicorns than non-white characters in kids’ books If you are a child from a non-white background you will be more likely to see a dinosaur or a fairy as a main character in the books that you read rather than someone that might look like you.