About Student Wellbeing Hub
The Student Wellbeing Hub was developed by Education Services Australia for the Australian Government Department of Education. Working with experts, academics, teachers, leaders, professional associations, and industry providers to support the Australian education community.
The Hub aims to support Australian schools to promote student wellbeing, safety, and positive relationships, supporting students to reach their full potential. They provide high-quality, age-appropriate information, and resources targeted specifically for educators, parents, and students, supporting their wellbeing and safety. The parent resources include free, self-paced and certificated professional learning and courses on a range of topics for schools. The parent section includes advice, information and guides to support them to navigate their children’s journey through school. The student resources include games, quizzes, and information about issues most important to them.
The Student Wellbeing Hub is the home of the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework, based on evidence that demonstrates strong links between safety, wellbeing and learning. The framework supports Australian Schools to provide students with the strongest foundation possible to reach their aspirations in learning and life. It covers 4 principles; learning, student voices, support, inclusion and partnerships, outlining effective practices and linking to suitable resources. They also provide a school wellbeing check to help schools identify and analyse their school’s wellbeing.
Who is Student Wellbeing Hub for?
Student Wellbeing Hub was designed for Australian school communities, including educators, parents and students
Is there a cost to use Student Wellbeing Hub?
There is no cost to use Student Wellbeing Hub.
How to access Student Wellbeing Hub
Student Wellbeing Hub can be accessed at https://studentwellbeinghub.edu.au/.