Student’s level of wellbeing at school
30 March 2017
“A student’s level of wellbeing at school is indicated by their satisfaction with life at school, their engagement with learning and their social-emotional behaviour. It is enhanced when evidence-informed practices are adopted by schools in partnership with families and community. Optimal student wellbeing is a sustainable state, characterised by predominantly positive feelings and attitude, positive relationships at school, resilience, self-optimism and a high level of satisfaction with learning experiences.”
Noble, T., McGrath, H., Roffey, S., and Rowling, L. (2008). A scoping study on student well-being (p. 30). Canberra: Department of Education.