Research has shown that a strengths-based approach to parenting builds resilience in children. So how do parents cultivate character strengths in their kids? Frances Totney shares some ideas.
We strive to enhance the happiness and wellbeing of the children in our lives. So how do we cultivate it? Frances Totney shares five positive parenting principles to help your kids become happy, resilient and successful in life.
Teacher wellbeing is essential to support the wellbeing of students and their schools. So how do we build it? Dr Sue Roffey shares five tips to help teachers build positive relationships and resilience.
What do children need from home, school and community to flourish and be the best they can be? Dr Sue Roffey explores what it means to be a great kid and how parents, teachers and school leaders can help grow them.
Everyone has strengths and the potential to develop them. This free Booklet introduces practical, proven strategies to cultivate strengths in students, teachers, leaders, staff and the whole school community.
We all want to live happier, more engaging and meaningful lives. This free positive psychology eBook introduces some of the most practical, research-backed ways to apply positive psychology to increase wellbeing in individuals, workplaces and communities.
Nearly all school leaders want the best for their students, teachers and community. How do they create a vision for student and school wellbeing that helps each individual within the school community to succeed and flourish?
Circle Solutions for Student Wellbeing helps teachers and principals improve student, staff and whole school wellbeing. Join us for Circle Solutions training in Australia and New Zealand.
Circle Solutions for Student Wellbeing helps teachers and principals improve student, staff and whole school wellbeing. Join us for an introduction to Circle Solutions in Australia or New Zealand.
Good relationships are the building blocks of lifelong wellbeing, for our children, our workplaces and our society. Cultivating positive relationships and a shared sense of connectedness is key.
A whole school wellbeing approach creates flourishing futures for kids. When wellbeing is core business in schools, positive results are amplified. Frances Totney writes about whole school approaches to wellbeing in an article for Always Learning.
We were proud to be part of the Flourishing Kids & Communities Symposium which kickstarted the Student Wellbeing Action Network, connecting organisations and people in student wellbeing.