Relationships

A mentally healthy learning community is characterised by strong, supportive relationships between all the people of that community.

As an educator, you have an opportunity to facilitate connections between people, and to work with your colleagues to create a respectful and inclusive environment that promotes mental health and wellbeing.

Communication skills for educators

3 Modules

Refining communication skills isn’t difficult - but it does take practice to become habit.

Bullying

2 Modules

Bullying is distressing to everyone - but there’s a lot we can do to stop it.

Recognising bullying behaviour

2 Modules

Bullying is distressing to everyone - but there’s a lot we can do to stop it.

What schools can do about bullying

0 Modules

Bullying is distressing to everyone - but there’s a lot we can do to stop it.

Cultural diversity and mental health

2 Modules

Understanding, respect and appreciation for cultural differences helps everyone feel a sense of belonging.

Supporting cultural diversity

2 Modules

You can support wellbeing through celebrating cultural diversity.

Healthy families

1 Module

It all starts with family. Healthy families are central to children’s wellbeing.

Divorce and separation

1 Module

Family breakups can be very stressful for children and young people, and can cause changes in mood, temperament and attitude.

Engaging fathers

2 Modules

Fathers taking a strong interest in children and young people's development and learning makes a big difference.

How educators can support fathers to get involved

2 Modules

Dads play an important part in a child’s wellbeing.