What are Wellbeing Programs?
Learning Curve Wellbeing Program
Developing Skills and Competencies
Positive Education involves intentionally and explicitly teaching young people how to develop the skills and competencies to grow their brain’s abilities, called the cognitive domain while at the same time teaching them how to acquire the skills of social-emotional resilience, called the non-cognitive domain so that they can live a fulfilling and meaningful life.
Positive Emotions and Gratitude
Being in charge of your emotions through your strengths. Developing the aspects of emotional literacy and making a positive difference using your signature character strengths.
Engagement and Mindfulness
Connecting mindfully with yourself and the present moment. Developing the capacity to pay attention to what you need to pay attention to.
Relationships and Empathy
Showing others matter by doing good to feel good, feeling good to do good and being respectful. Looking to the future with optimism and hope.
Meaning and Purpose
Being passionate about something larger than yourself, doing the right thing and doing the thing right to make a positive difference in your world.
Accomplishment and Optimism
Adopting growth mindsets to deliberately practise more difficult approaches to grow your brain’s abilities so that you can achieve what you set out to do.
Health and Strengths
Having a healthy body and healthy mind by being regularly active, eating fresh whole foods and looking for what’s good in your life.
Learning Curve Wellbeing Program Implementation Process
We have simplified the weekly Student Wellbeing Program to be more parent friendly, let’s be honest most of us are not teachers and wouldn’t know where to start with explicit teaching. The Student Wellbeing Program is designed to complement the normal school curriculum that your school is setting and ensure that our children’s wellbeing is still being developed.
Once you have subscribed to the relevant age group/s simply log in and download the weeks activity sheets. Some activities can be completed online while others are required to be printed (particularly the mindfulness activities).
Below is a guide to follow each day.
- Monday – First Page of ‘My Wellbeing Journal’
- Tuesday – Character Strength Activity Sheet
- Wednesday – Mindfulness Activity Sheet
- Thursday – Respectful Relationships Activity Sheet
- Friday – Wellbeing Goal Reflection and Second Page of ‘My Wellbeing Journal’
We wish everyone all the best in the coming months and hope that our Student Wellbeing Program can be of assistance to all parents whilst you are homeschooling your children.