Schools engage with students, staff, parents and carers, and their communities to:
The Learning and Wellbeing Framework for all Queensland state schools plays a vital role in supporting student wellbeing within the school context and highlights that schools can influence both learning and wellbeing. The Learning and Wellbeing Framework provides strategies, guidelines and links to information that can help schools maximise the work many of them are already doing to improve wellbeing among students.
The Supporting Student Health and wellbeing policy statement supports schools to ensure systems are in place to promote and support the health and wellbeing of students when at school or involved in school activities.
The Students in Out-of-home care policy statement outlines the expectations for schools in supporting students in out-of-home care.
This page was last reviewed on 06 Feb 2015