Turning Ethos Into Culture

Our guest blog post this week comes from Cranleigh Abu Dhabi, a British School based in Abu Dhabi.  With more than 1000 pupils, a top rating from the Abu Dhabi Education Council, and the title [...]

PENZ 2018 – Positive Education New Zealand

We are delighted to be able to share news from the other side of the world via Dr. Lucy Hone, IPEN rep for New Zealand and Director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing and Resilience. Dr. [...]

The Power of Positive Deviance: How engaging parents in positive education can help a community to flourish.

Our guest blog post this week comes from Nord Anglia Education, an International Education company with 54 schools in 24 countries world-wide. This is the third blog in the series that features [...]

Celebrate April’s Open-minded month

We have partnered with our friends at OpenMind to bring you April’s Open-Minded  month! Using OpenMind’s new psychology-based platform, we are bringing you a 10-day challenge that [...]

Mindset Board Game – Play Can Be Serious

Our guest blog this week comes from Simon Leow. Simon graduated from MAPP 10 class at University of Pennsylvania. He is interested in innovative applications of positive psychology ideas. That is [...]

Growing Minds: Developing a curriculum for wellbeing education at Regents International School, Pattaya

In Thailand, Regents International School Pattaya – part of the Nord Anglia Education family of schools – has taken the implementation of Positive Education into its own hands by creating a [...]

Celebrating 10 Years of Positive Education

This year marks 10 years of positive education pioneered by Geelong Grammar School (GGS) and leading researchers in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania including Dr. Martin [...]

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