For students to flourish we must cherish teachers

All young people are loved and safe, have material basics, are healthy, are learning and participating and have a positive sense of identity and culture.”

This is the vision for the NEST action agenda – a national plan for child and youth wellbeing – for all Australia’s children.

The Student Wellbeing Action Network (SWAN) was set up as a partnership between Wellbeing Australia and the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth to support the NEST agenda. To this end SWAN has four priority areas: student voice, families and communities, disadvantaged students and teacher wellbeing.


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