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How can schools be more active for Wellbeing?

Building student wellbeing at school begins with helping students feel they are recognised, known and valued as an individual in her or his own right, and that school life has a meaning and purpose for each of them.

This is achievable in a variety of small ways, the cumulative effect of which can have a very powerful influence on students’ sense of wellbeing.

  • Provide opportunities for all members of the school community to participate in meaningful decision-making in school, 
  • Develop a welcoming environment where everyone at school can feel supported and safe 
  • Reduce the anxiety students feel about examinations and testing 
  • Teach methods that contribute to a positive classroom climate and wellbeing, 
  • Find curriculum opportunities to talk about wellbeing issues with students, 
  • Integrate citizenship and education for intercultural understanding into different school subjects and extra-curricular activities
  • Introduce student-led forms of conflict management and approaches to bullying and harassment, 
  • Improve the physical environment of the school to make it more student-friendly, 
  • Encourage healthier eating 
  • Work with parents to enhance students’ achievement and sense of purpose in school, 

Individual initiatives like these can be brought together at the whole-school level through a policy development process which ‘mainstreams’ wellbeing as a school issue. Addressing student wellbeing at school always goes hand in hand with action to protect the health and wellbeing of teachers and other community members.

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Pastoral Care and Wellbeing

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