The Positive Living Skills

Wellbeing Initiative

Extensive educator-led, curriculum-mapped, pre-planned and scripted lessons and resources for early childhood services and primary schools that teach children long term habits for mental wellbeing. 

Easy to implement, evidence based, flexible lessons and resources that offer a common language for mental wellbeing and that support educators and families too.

Also support Beyond Blue's 'Be You' initiative and Positive Behaviour for Learning. 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

now open for public primary schools in

WESTERN NSW

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

now open for public primary schools MURRUMBIDGEE REGION NSW

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The Positive Living Skills Wellbeing Programs have been independently reviewed and are listed in the Be You Programs Directory. They meet the minimum evidence requirements set by Be You and have been awarded a rating for evidence and implementation. 

Early

Childhood

An evidence-based,comprehensive pre-planned and flexible program with 48 individual resourced learning experiences aimed to support educators to teach young children skills for empathy, appreciation, relaxation, cooperation, emotional competency and self-esteem.

Supporting educators and children with resources reaching home to families. 

Primary

School

A comprehensive evidence-based Intentional teaching mental wellbeing program including up to 216 individually pre-prepared and resourced lesson plans, and offering professional development for teachers. Mapped to curriculums and standards. Supporting students teachers and families to build long term emotional wellbeing and resilience  

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PLS White Paper:

"Toward a mentally healthy generation: Flattening the curve in the 2020 mental illness pandemic"

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“Positive Living Skills gives teachers the tools they need to teach children the life skills they need to thrive. PLS strategies have the power to set children up for a life filled with joyful relationships, emotional well-being and success in achieving their goals. Congratulations to Cath and Jo on creating a program with so much potential to have a positive impact on the lives of children and our society. ”                  

Beth Macgregor, Psychologist

Beth Macgregor is an accomplished and experienced psychologist who consults to Child Health, Education and Welfare organisations and her focus areas include attachment, child development, brain development, trauma and working with vulnerable families. See www.bethmacgregor.com  for more information.

'The kids really enjoy the lessons and are engaged. It is relevant to their lives and they enjoy talking about it. It also applies in our learning and relates well to growth mindset.' Emma, Year 3 teacher, Broken Hill NSW

See what Positive Living Skills community members are saying about the PLS Initiative:

Early Childhood

Primary School

Families