Maintaining a positive sense of wellbeing for you and your students may be challenging during this time.
It important that you and your students are supported in accessing appropriate resource. Below are a range of resources that may support you and your students build a sense of wellbeing.
Be You provides educators with information, resources and strategies for helping children and young people achieve their best possible mental health.
Be You has developed a resource to help educators respond to the mental health impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Student Wellbeing Hub
A range of wellbeing resources and teaching strategies to enhance wellbeing and learning for everyone in your school community.
Information for educators to support students to cope with transitioning.
Quick learning activities to energise and refocus, build relationships, improve communication, develop problem-solving skills and enhance wellbeing in our students.
Learning resource from Australian online mental health service ReachOut Australia to support students to deal with bad news.
A poster with 100 coping strategies for young people.
A range of resources to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
A range of resources to support Aboriginal students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Information for educators to support culturally and linguistically diverse students.
A teaching and learning tool to assist teachers to explain coronavirus for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Autism Team
UNC Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute Autism Team had developed a resource package to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Council for Intellectual Disability Australia
Brochure from the Council for Intellectual Disability Australia describing how to avoid getting sick from a virus and what to do if you get sick.
Student health and wellbeing
Support for children during COVID-19. Your child’s health and wellbeing can be influenced by what’s happening and the actions people take.
Set up a learning environment
When learning at home, one of the first activities you might like to do with your child is to plan and then create your home learning environment.
Learning resources by year level
Resources, activities and information to help children and young people continue to learn while at home.