- Guidelines for the provision of pastoral care, guidance and counselling in secondary schools
- National mentoring service for Māori and Pasifika students
- Health and wellbeing information for children and young people
- Reporting child abuse and neglect
- Supporting young people with stress, anxiety or depression
- Supporting young people in care
Everyone in a school has a role to play in supporting the wellbeing of students. The guidelines - Te Pakiaka Tangata Strengthening Student Wellbeing for Success - help secondary schools and wharekura discuss the roles, expectations and legal requirements of form/whanau teachers, deans, guidance counsellors, school trustees and principals, in the provision of pastoral care.
The National mentoring service for Māori and Pasifika students is aimed at supporting young Māori and Pasifika students to achieve NCEA.
See the Reporting Abuse Protocols in the Useful Resources section of Preparing for and dealing with emergencies and traumatic incidents.
The guidelines for supporting young people with stress anxiety or depression (external link) will help you to support a young person who may be suffering mild to moderate mental health issues.
These guidelines have been developed as part of the Youth Mental Health Project (external link) .
The Supporting children in care guide is for educators in all settings so that they can provide appropriate support for children and young people in care, so they experience wellbeing and achievement.
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