Te Tuhi Arts Centre - Auckland
Auckland (Click for more info)
Improving wellbeing in an educational setting is associated with stronger social and emotional skills, fewer signs of depression and increased levels of self-regulation. These are just some of the benefits on offer for our students. Hauora is a collective endeavour that can impact the wellbeing of staff, students, whānau and the diverse communities that many of our schools are part of.
This session will be of interest to school leaders, Lead Principals of Kāhui Ako, Across School Leads, Within School Leads, wellbeing leads and teams, teachers across all levels and RTLB’s.
The optional workshop will provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the key themes introduced in the seminar. Those who wish to benefit from a collaborative opportunity to explore these ideas and apply them in their own context will find it particularly useful. We highly recommend attendance by more than one person from your context in order to work collaboratively on an action plan.
By the end of this workshop participants will:
Ara Simmons is an Accredited Facilitator, Positive Psychology practitioner and certified Positive Psychology based coach at CORE Education. Ara works alongside schools, supporting a whole school systems approach to both culture and wellbeing, including staff, tamariki, rangitahi, whānau and community. This emcompasses strategic planning for delivering wellbeing, coaching, growing wellbeing teams within schools and supporting the design of wellbeing initiatives.