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Our Impact on Wellbeing



Over 600 schools improved school wellbeing

emotional intelligence


Over 500,000 students improved emotional intelligence & self-awareness

positive relationship


Over 70% reduction in disruptive behaviours, improved relationship skills, less bullying

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Improved academic results & problem solving skills

What We Do


In-School Student Wellbeing Programs

Students build awareness of their social, emotional and physical health and wellbeing through movement, focused attention & mindfulness

6, 8 or 10 week program delivered by an expert educator

6 hours NESA registered Teacher Professional Development

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Face to Face Teacher Professional Learning

Specially-trained facilitator & expert in Social Emotional Learning and how to implement & measure Whole-School Wellbeing

Evidence-based strategies & resources

6 hours NESA Registered Teacher Professional Development

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Life Skills GO

Online Social Emotional Learning Platform

150+ Age Appropriate Social, Emotional and Physical Learning Lessons

Be You assessed and approved

200+ Resources: videos & printables

Aligned to the Australian Curriculum, CASEL and Skills for 21st Century Learning (WEF).

Measure students wellbeing

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Model of Social, Emotional
and Physical Learning

Life Skills Group programs are evidence-based and aligned to the Australian Curriculum (ACARA), CASEL and Skills for 21st Century Learning (WEF). The programs are based on modern research in Mindfulness, Neuroscience, Positive Psychology and Wellbeing science. Students are supported to develop a skillset that is essential for lifelong learning helping to build resilience, growth mindset, and respect for the physical body. These three areas are integral to a flourishing life (Keyes, 2007).

Life Skills Group programs are Be You approved and assessed, and listed in their programs directory.

The programs draw upon Martin Seligman’s theory of PERMAH which incorporates positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning, accomplishment and health. The applications of wellbeing are supported by the foundations of the Australian curriculum and designed to nurture schools through the process and journey of providing the best opportunities for our future generations.


Impact Stories


“Students were able to develop the language to express their emotions when dealing with difficult experiences and empathising with others. The practice of relaxation and mindfulness benefited all students, and we will continue to practice in class time.”

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Rebecca Melia,

Ashfield Public School

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“A highly recommended program for students - particularly in the junior school. It provided the students with practical skills, knowledge and strategies to manage themselves and navigate the world around them. The students were able to engage with abstract emotional and social concepts in a real and meaningful way. All students should complete a program just like this one.”

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Pearl Beast,

Dandenong South Primary School


“Guildford West Public School has been successful at improving wellbeing by using a whole school approach - integrating multiple initiatives including Life Skills Go online lessons. It has helped that the teachers and staff have all had the Life Skills Professional Development training, and there is now a common language among students and teachers. We plan our curriculum to include Life Skills Go lessons at least 1-2x a week with a specific, targeted focus on social and emotional learning. There has been a significant reduction in disruptive behaviour across the school, and an 80% drop in suspensions between 2017 and 2020 which is evidence of the initiatives implemented to address student wellbeing and social and emotional learning.”

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Stephanie Giles,

Assistant Principal,
Guildford West Public School

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"Since implementing Life Skills in-school student programs and Life Skills Go across the school, the noted benefits have been:
1. Students love the program and the Life Skills teachers.
2. Students say it's one of their favourite things to do at school.
3. Teachers use the wellbeing lessons and wellbeing data reported in Life Skills Go to stay connected to their students.
4. Students use the Life Skills strategies they learn outside of the classroom
5. Calmer classrooms have been noted after continued use of Life Skills.
6. Students are talking about the Life Skills lessons they learn with their parents, and practice at home with their families."

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Erik Albers,

Assistant Principal,
Oakleigh South Primary School

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“My Kindergarten class developed self regulation and calming skills over the 10 week program. I saw a huge improvement in their ability to implement the calming exercises into class life to improve wellbeing and engagement. I highly recommend the program and its benefits on primary children..”

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Rebekah Murray,

Hammondville Public School

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“It has been a great program for the kids and has been a highlight of their week. We have even written detailed recounts on the life skills sessions. The kids have learnt vital skills to relax and calm themselves. The teachers have been understanding and professional and it has been a great initiative..”

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Tim Harrison,

Cheltenham East Primary School

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