Wellbeing Hive

How to Help Young People Learn Character

There is many a sleepless night spent by parents, and arguably teachers too, pondering how best to prepare our young peo...

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Is The Quest for Happiness Making Us Sad?

We live in a world focused on happiness and perfection.  While a focus on wellbeing has done wonders for promoting balan...

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Mental Fitness

Recently our Year 12 Senior Boys undertook a session on Mental Fitness, facilitated by future Paralympian, Liam Twomey. ...

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Giving Our Brains a Workout In Lockdown

Lockdown reinforces to us all the need for physical activity – and the sheer urge to stretch one’s legs and get outdoors...

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Ten Steps to Motivation in Lockdown

Last week Melbournians passed over 200 days in lockdown in the last 18 months, and our friends in Sydney will not be far...

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Four Things We’re Uncertain About – And Four Things to Help Deal With Them

While uncertainty is a natural part of life and something we cannot avoid, in these times, I believe we are facing high ...

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Why The World Needs More Curious People

Curiosity is one of our school values, and plenty of key critical thinkers writing about the value of curiosity and open...

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The Kindness of Strangers…

A few weeks ago I began researching an idea for an article based on an A-Z of Wellbeing, a quick and fun little referenc...

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