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Wellbeing in schools: research project: summary of findings from staff interviews

Centre For Children And Young People
In 2012, we held interviews with principals and teachers at numerous schools to find out more about wellbeing in schools. This summary outlines the emerging findings from these interviews.

Feeling safe, being safe: what is important to children and young people with disability and high support needs about safety in institutional settings?

Sally Robinson & Centre For Children And Young People
This report explores what helps children and young people with disability and high support needs to feel and be safe in institutional settings. The study addressed the following questions: 1. What does ‘being safe’ mean to children and young people with disability and high support needs? 2. What helps and hinders children and young people with disability and high support needs in feeling and being safe in institutional settings? 3. How do people who provide...

In the picture: belonging and connection in country towns: easy read report

Sally Robinson & Centre For Children And Young People
We wanted to find out about what helps young people with cognitive disability to feel like they matter and they are important. So, we asked young people: What helps you to feel like you belong in your town? What helps you feel like you are connected to other people? and What makes it hard to feel like you belong? 30 young photo researchers were in this project. They came from three country towns in NSW,...

Safe at school? Exploring safety and harm of students with cognitive disability in and around school

Sally Robinson, Dominique McGovern & Centre For Children And Young People
Students with cognitive disability experience higher rates of abuse, neglect and exploitation than students without disability. This research project investigated what students, their families and other key supporters such as teachers, disability, and child protection workers think about personal safety in and around school, together with their perspectives on what might make things better. The research was supplemented by an extensive analysis of relevant law and policy in this area.

Wellbeing in schools: research project: improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume one

Anne Graham, Robyn Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah Anderson, Nadine White, Catharine Simmons & Centre For Children And Young People
Volume One of the Final Report for t he Australian Research Council Linkage Project ‘Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: What role does recognition play?’. This Volume is to be read in conjunction with Volumes Two, Three and Four of the Final Report.

Wellbeing in schools: secondary school students: survey results

Centre For Children And Young People
Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Schools play a critical role in supporting children’s social and emotional wellbeing, although the concept is not well understood. This project will explore teacher, student and policy views on wellbeing and identify new approaches that will improve outcomes for children and young people. Survey results

In the picture: understanding belonging and connection for young people with cognitive disability in regional communities through photo-rich research, final report - summary

Sally Robinson, Malcolm Hill, Karen Fisher, Anne Graham, Kylie Valentine & Centre For Children And Young People
Feeling like you belong and that you are connected to people and places is fundamental to young people’s identity. For young people with cognitive disability who live in regional Australia, very little is known about what helps and what hinders belonging and connection in their communities. This is a summary of the research that addressed this gap in our knowledge by working collaboratively with young people. Young people were asked what helped them to feel...

Wellbeing in schools: research project: primary school students: summary of focus group findings

Centre For Children And Young People
Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Schools play a critical role in supporting children’s social and emotional wellbeing, although the concept is not well understood. This project will explore teacher, student and policy views on wellbeing and identify new approaches that will improve outcomes for children and young people. Summary of focus group findings.

Wellbeing in schools: primary school students: what did you tell us?

Centre For Children And Young People
In 2013 we asked students from around Australia to tell us what helps their wellbeing at school. Over 3500 primary students filled out this survey and told us some important things. Summary.

In the picture: understanding belonging and connection for young people with cognitive disability in regional communities through photo-rich research: final report

Sally Robinson, Malcolm Hill, Karen Fisher, Anne Graham, Kylie Valentine & Centre For Children And Young People
This research addressed gap in our knowledge by working collaboratively with young people. Young people were asked what helped them to feel like they belonged and were connected to their communities, and what aspects of belonging were difficult to achieve. The research investigators assisted them to describe their connections, and how to explore the facilitators and barriers to belonging and connection, including the impact of living in a regional community. The views and experiences of...

Wellbeing in schools: summary of policy findings

Centre For Children And Young People
Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Schools play a critical role in supporting children’s social and emotional wellbeing, although the concept is not well understood. This project will explore teacher, student and policy views on wellbeing and identify new approaches that will improve outcomes for children and young people.

Wellbeing in schools: research project: improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume two

Anne Graham, Robyn Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah Anderson, Nadine White, Catharine Simmons & Centre For Children And Young People
Volume Two of the Final Report for the Australian Research Council Linkage Project ‘Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: What role does recognition play?’ This Volume is to be read in conjunction with Volumes One, Three and Four of the Final Report.

Wellbeing in schools: research project: survey results: principals, teachers and other staff

Centre For Children And Young People
The analysis indicated the need for an overarching framework that draws together the different policy interests that appear to comprise ‘wellbeing’, including pastoral care and welfare, across the varying contexts of learning, health, safety and behaviour. Summary results.

Wellbeing in schools: research project: improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume three

Anne Graham, Robyn Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah Anderson, Nadine White, Catharine Simmons & Centre For Children And Young People
Volume Three of the Final Report for the Australian Linkage Council Linkage Project ‘Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: What role does recognition play?’ This Volume is to be read in conjunction with Volumes One, Two and Four of the Final Report.

Wellbeing in schools: research project: improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume four

Anne Graham, Robyn Fitzgerald, Nigel Thomas, Donnah Anderson, Nadine White, Catharine Simmons & Centre For Children And Young People
This report is Volume Four of the Final Report for the Australian Research Council Linkage Project ‘Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: What role does recognition play?’ Volume Four: Discussion of Findings, Recommendations, References and Appendices. This Volume is to be read in conjunction with Volumes One, Two and Three of the Final Report.

Wellbeing in schools: research project: improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Executive summary

Anne Graham, Robyn Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah Anderson, Nadine White, Catharine Simmons & Centre For Children And Young People
Executive Summary of "Improving Approaches to Wellbeing in Schools: What Role Does Recognition Play?" The project has produced systematic policy and practice-relevant evidence to advance the way children’s ‘wellbeing’ is understood and approached in schools. It is recommended that this Executive Summary be read in conjunction with Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the major research report.

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