BUILDING A WELLBEING CULTURE IN SCHOOLS

Building positive relationships in schools and communities

Student wellbeing is directly linked to the relationships that they create in the school environment. How can your school culture and its relationship management policies support a student’s sense of inclusion and connectedness to their community? This one-day course draws on the work of thought leaders and key researchers in the fields of Developmental Psychology, Positive Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Leadership, Motivation, Reflective Science, and Restorative Justice to focus on the management of mistake, the reparation of relationships damaged by mistake, and the role of forgiveness in wellbeing for individuals and organisations.
Participants will gain an understanding of:Wellbeing Culture Landing Image

  • The influence of institutional culture on wellbeing and individual flourishing
  • Relationship management policies in schools
  • How they can take practical steps to change a culture to improve wellbeing

Please note that some of our one-day courses are offered concurrently in sets of three. Although it is not required by any means, we do recommend that if you are considering attending one of these courses that you consider attending the series of all three courses in order to get the most out of your Positive Education experience. To see all of our courses click here

AUDIENCE

Educators and school leaders who would like to improve student wellbeing and their school culture. Participants do not need to have done any prior Positive Education training before attending this course.

Accreditation: 6 professional development hours.

 
All courses for 2018 have concluded. Course details for 2019 will be coming soon so please stay tuned.

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