“There is evidence to suggest that whole school approaches to student well-being enhance not only mental health and resilience but also promote prosocial behaviour, pupil engagement and academic learning.” – read this new article from Educational and Child Psychology 32 (1) here: 2015 Becoming an Agent of Change for Wellbeing.
Becoming an agent of change for school and student well-being
About the Author: Sue Roffey
Sue Roffey FRSA FBPsS is a psychologist, academic, author, activist and speaker. She holds posts as Honorary Associate Professor at University College, London and the University of Exeter and Adjunct Associate Professor at the Western Sydney University, and also affiliated to the Wellbeing Institute at Cambridge University. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools, and was a member of the Editorial Board of Educational and Child Psychology.