Student Learning Resources

Bright Happy Schools’ student learning resources are designed to boost the wellbeing of school students to ‘future-proof’ our youth. Titles include:

  1. Gratitude
  2. Growth mindset
  3. Grit
  4. Strengths
  5. Optimistic Thinking
  6. Positive Communication
  7. Positive Relationships
  8. Stress Less Thinking

Each activity book is designed for students to work through with their classmates and teacher and encourages individual reflections as well as group discussions and activities.

The learning resources are designed to be woven into your existing timetable with flexibility and ease. This program lends itself to inclusion into tutor periods, pastoral care, peer support and other wellbeing or personal development programs.

"From the start, Leanne from Bright Happy Schools has been a pleasure to work with. She has listened carefully to our needs and preferences and has designed excellent resources on topics such as ‘gratitude’ and ‘grit’. The modules she designed contained straightforward and engaging activities, including surveys, discussion and reflection points and video clips. This has made our 20 minute Wellbeing sessions easy for teachers, as the hard work of preparing content has already been done for us. The modules are flexible and accessible, so that teachers can dip in and out as they please, or work through the activities more sequentially if they’d like to do so. Students have benefited enormously from the thought-provoking content and the variety of activities provided in the modules.

We have also greatly appreciated Leanne’s willingness to seek out and respond to feedback on the modules. She has made changes in subsequent modules based on feedback we have given on completed ones. Her adaptability, capacity for astute reflection and warm, collaborative manner have made her a pleasure to work with.

I would highly recommend Bright Happy Schools to those wishing to introduce a meaningful, rich and engaging suite of wellbeing resources to their school community."

Dr Sue Marks
Director of Teaching and Learning K-12
Oxford Falls Grammar School

Contact us to find out more about learning resources designed to boost student wellbeing and ‘future proof’ your students