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Oxford Wellbeing in Schools Course 2024 - Secondary

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Welcome to Oxford’s Wellbeing in Schools online course for secondary teachers. The course, developed by clinical experts, teachers and wellbeing specialists, equips teachers with the knowledge and skills they need to understand and promote wellbeing in their classroom, both for themselves and their students. 

Covering topics like emotions and mindfulness, sleep and nutrition, finding meaning and purpose and fostering belonging and healthy relationships in a digital age, this self-paced course will guide you through the current, research-based theory, which underpins effective wellbeing in schools, and provide you with easy-to-implement strategies for success.

The course has been developed by:

  • Dr Jennifer Chang Wathall | Teacher, trainer and maths author
  • Dr Hazel Harrison | Clinical Psychologist, specialising in helping families and children
  • Louise Aukland | Brain researcher, wellbeing specialist and Oxford International Curriculum author
  • Genevieve Gardfield | Psychologist and teaching assistant
  • Louise Lewis | Nutritionist, wellbeing expert and editor
  • Davinia Serra-Porritt | Instructional Designer and Oxford University Press Senior Digital PD Manager

Become a wellbeing role model for your students by enrolling now! By registering, you will receive instructions to enrol in the course through the online training platform. 

How it works
In this course, you will have access to a series of e-learning modules to support you as you implement a wellbeing approach in your secondary classroom. At the end of each module you will have the opportunity to write a reflection and take a short quiz. 

To complete the course, you will need to work through the modules and score 80% or above on the End of Course assessment.

  • Recommended audience: Australian secondary teachers and student teachers 
  • Time allocation: 15 hours
  • Delivery: self-access 24/7
  • Access: 12 months
  • Final test: yes
  • Certificate of completion: yes
  • E-badges: yes

Read more about the research conducted by the University of Oxford's Dr Ariel Lindorff, to better understand the potential links between wellbeing and academic attainment: Oxford Wellbeing Impact Study

Are you a primary school teacher or student teacher? Enrol for the primary course here.


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