Children and young people who feel safe, connected and secure are more likely to engage in their learning. A strong sense of wellbeing enables learners to explore, experiment and engage actively in their learning environment with the confidence to take advantage of new opportunities.
Wellbeing means that children and students feel loved and safe, they are healthy, they have access to material basics, they are learning and participating, and they have a positive sense of culture and identity. This holistic approach acknowledges the many factors that contribute to the wellbeing of our children and students.
The Child and Student Wellbeing Unit leads policy design, development and implementation on strategic child and student wellbeing initiatives. This includes coordination of the Student Wellbeing and Engagement Survey, resource development, provision of professional learning and leadership of cross-agency strategic policy advice.
- Loved and Safe
- Material Basics
- Positive sense of culture and identity
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