A student’s right to voice opinions on matters affecting them at school can have a positive impact on their wellbeing, learning and engagement.
Voice Inclusive Practices are frameworks and tools that teachers and schools can use to give students the opportunity to have their say on school matters, which in turn can enhance their wellbeing and learning.
The Wellbeing Matters website was developed as part of this project led by Dr Jenna Gillett-Swan and funded by the Queensland Government’s Education Horizon grant scheme. It brings together a range of resources and information intended to support teachers and schools.
Funding / Grants
- Education Horizon Grant, Department of Education
- Gillett-Swan, Jenna, Graham, Linda, Cayas, Annetta, Crisp, Naima (2019) A Wellbeing Framework for Action to support student voice implementation in schools