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Student health, safety and wellbeing

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Student wellbeing

The student learning and wellbeing framework ensures that schools are equipped with current strategies and resources to implement a whole-school approach to enhancing learning and wellbeing for all students.

Students with diverse needs

Resources relating to cultural and religious diversity, LGBTQI+ students, mental health and wellbeing, refugee students, students in out-of-home care and young carers.

Student health

Student health resources, including Smart Choices, specialised specific health needs and Queensland Health services in schools.

Student support services

Student support services, including guidance officers, chaplains and student welfare workers, community education counsellors, school-based police, school-based youth health nurses, state schools registered nurses and youth support coordinators.

Supportive school discipline

Supportive school discipline has at its centre a positive teacher-student relationship. The teacher sets the expectations, provides explicit instruction on what the required behaviours look and sound like and works as part of the whole staff team to model the standards set by the community.



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Last updated 21 November 2019