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Centres for Learning and Wellbeing

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Rural and remote Centres for Learning and Wellbeing have been established to provide valuable professional learning and capability development for teachers and school leaders at all stages of their careers. The centres also support the wellbeing of staff and assist in the facilitation of inter-agency support for students and their families.

Map of Queensland displaying Centre for Learning and Wellbeing locationsThe centres are located in Mt Isa, Roma, Emerald and Atherton. Satellite centres ensure service delivery reaches the region's small rural schools, Indigenous communities and those schools in a range of remote locations.

Each centre provides the following key functions and services to schools within their catchment (PDF, 477KB) (DOCX, 58KB):

  • leadership capability development
  • mentoring and coaching for beginning teachers
  • coaching for mid and experienced teachers
  • resilience building for staff new to rural and remote settings
  • inter-agency wellbeing support for staff and students.

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Serena’s story

Hear Serena’s story about what it’s like to teach at Mornington Island State School, within the Mount Isa Centre catchment. Serena is a specialist science teacher who enjoys being immersed in the stories and songs of Indigenous culture.

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Related links

Contact the Centres for Learning and Wellbeing.

Discover the benefits of teaching in rural and remote schools.

Find out about our education regions.

Find out where our schools are located through the Schools Directory.

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Last updated 16 October 2019