COVID-19 UPDATE FROM THE INSTITUTE OF POSITIVE EDUCATION

30 March 2020 

Here at the Institute of Positive Education, we have been carefully monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak and our response is being guided by the advice of authorities including the World Health Organisation and Australia’s Chief Medical Officer.

As you may know, we made the decision in early March to postpone all of our face-to-face services including: courses, workshops, conference presentations, and consultancy until further notice.

Our team is currently working hard to adapt our material to a new online format and to develop new digital materials and resources so that we can continue to support schools here in Australia and around the world. As we navigate this evolving situation together, we will continue to keep you updated via email and social media.

Please feel free to contact us if there is anything we can do to help you or your school community.

We trust that we can all continue to find strength in the connections we have with others during these times of uncertainty.

Justin Robinson
Director
Institute of Positive Education

FREE WELLBEING RESOURCES FOR REMOTE LEARNING

With many schools around the world endeavouring to educate their students remotely, we are seeking to find new ways to help schools place wellbeing at the heart of everything they do.

With this in mind, we have created a series of free Remote Learning Resources to help boost your students’ wellbeing, which you will find below.

Our Positive Education Enhanced Curriculum (PEEC) powers many of the activities, while other activities draw from a variety of sources. The PDFs of activities can be printed or used on a device, with clickable links and QR codes to make accessing online content easy.

Our thoughts remain with you as you care for your loved ones and support the ongoing wellbeing of your school communities.

Click here for Free Wellbeing Resources for Remote Learning - Primary (5-12 Years Old)

Click here for Free Wellbeing Resources for Remote Learning - Secondary (13-18 Years Old)