Dr Sue Roffey

Dr Sue Roffey has been a teacher, educational psychologist, academic, writer and social activist.
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Dr Sue Roffey has been a teacher, educational psychologist, academic, writer and social activist.

Dr Sue Roffey is currently Honorary Associate Professor at University College and Director of Growing Great Schools Worldwide. Sue lived in Australia for many years where she founded the organisation Wellbeing Australia. She has worked internationally including in South Africa, China, Iceland and New Zealand as well as all over Australia and the UK.

Sue has written over 20 books and as many invited chapters and is respected as a worldwide authority on all issues related to school and student wellbeing. This includes belonging, relationships, social and emotional learning, behaviour and positive education. She has also developed the Circle Solutions framework for social and emotional learning to ensure that this is a safe, strength-based and solution focused intervention.

Dr Sue Roffey is in demand as a keynote speaker with recent presentations in Dublin at the International Baccalaureate Association, in London at the Rethinking Education Conference, in Reykjavik at the European Conference on Positive Psychology and on-line at the International Conference for Transformative Education.  She is a Fellow at the British Psychological Society and the Royal Society of Arts and is on Wikipedia.

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Featured Topics Include:

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ASPIRE to Wellbeing and Learning for All - The principles underpinning positive education
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What is education for? Creating the world we want to live In
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Agency in education - Power with not power over
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Positivity in education - What it is, why it matters and how to do it
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Positive education with disadvantaged students
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Healthy relationships at the heart of education
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Behaviour from the inside out - exploring sustainable change
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Double Whammy Kids - A social justice issue
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Social and emotional learning: Learning to be and learning to live together
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Teacher wellbeing
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Inclusive belonging - The lynchpin of resilience and wellbeing
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Why education needs to mirror healthy child development
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Creating schools that create a kinder, fairer future
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Circle Solutions training - introduction (one day) and trainer program (2 further days)
1
ASPIRE to Wellbeing and Learning for All - The principles underpinning positive education
2
What is education for? Creating the world we want to live In
3
Agency in education - Power with not power over
4
Positivity in education - What it is, why it matters and how to do it
5
Positive education with disadvantaged students
6
Healthy relationships at the heart of education
7
Behaviour from the inside out - exploring sustainable change
8
Double Whammy Kids - A social justice issue
9
Social and emotional learning: Learning to be and learning to live together
10
Teacher wellbeing
11
Inclusive belonging - The lynchpin of resilience and wellbeing
12
Why education needs to mirror healthy child development
13
Creating schools that create a kinder, fairer future
14
Circle Solutions training - introduction (one day) and trainer program (2 further days)
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As Sue Roffey articulates so intelligently, passionately and clearly, wellbeing is both complex and contextual. A fabulous foundation for whole-school development, and a much-needed voice for wellbeing equity."

Dr Helen Street, Founder of Positive Schools

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