Science based methodology proven to decrease depression,
anxiety & stress allowing students and faculty to flourish.
Combat the epidemic of anxiety & depression.
Each individual has a unique equation to thrive.
Everyone deserves the tools to flourish.
Dedicated to proactive mental wellness with focus on a whole school approach that includes faculty, parents, community & students.
Learning outcomes can include a deep dive into:
- growth mindset
- VIA Character Strengths
- positive social connection
- the live, learn, teach, embed model
- the seven domains of positive education
Introduction to Positive Education
This one-day course introduces the principles of Positive Education and how it can help school communities to flourish. You’ll explore the benefits of Positive Education, the underlying research that guides teaching practice and the GGS Model of Positive Education. Participants will have the chance to try out key wellbeing activities and interventions drawn from The Institute of Positive Education’s world-leading Positive Education program and reflect on how the concepts could be taught and embedded in their own school context.
Discovering Positive Education
The three-day course will commence with a compulsory online module providing an overview of Positive Psychology. This online module can be completed within half a day and will give the participant a good understanding of the evidence-based foundations of Positive Education. The following nine different topics are covered in-depth during the three and a half day course. These topics include Character Strengths, Mindsets, Positivity, Flow, Active Constructive Responding, Gratitude, Resilience, Meaning and Purpose, and Habit.
Wellbeing is now measureable!
We’ve partnered with People Diagnostix to bring their measurement tools to North America. Start by setting a benchmark for whole school wellbeing, then track changes as new wellbeing programming is introduced.
The online survey can be taken in about 15 minutes and enables objective assessment of the success of wellbeing interventions. It can also be used to benchmark wellbeing against whole school. It is suitable for students (ages 11-18+) and staff of all ages. Individual results for students are available to the school administrator in order to inform proactive and insightful pastoral care interactions.
Flourishing at School is more than just a measurement tool. It is a complete solution for wellbeing improvement for students and staff. It includes comprehensive administration instructions, tips on whole-of-school implementation, student specific feedback and wellbeing goal setting features, self-development resources (different resources suitable for student and staff users), and full lesson plans for classroom interventions.