Grow Your Mind is used by 6000+ of educators and 100,000+ students across Australia.

Grow Your Mind has developed a whole school, curriculum aligned wellbeing program. Based on four key pillars of research - positive psychology, public health, social and emotional learning + neuroscience. It is for primary school children, their teachers and the community. 

digital for Teachers annual subscription

Available for individual teachers or a whole school licence. The subscription includes a comprehensive offering of the Grow Your Mind program. 

digital for teachers subscription

The digital annual subscription offers a comprehensive library including: 

 ✅Emotional literacy tools
✅ Engaging character strength education videos
✅ Micro moment + embedding wellbeing tools
✅ Easy to use guide to playful mindful breathing styles
✅ Digital posters with core wellbeing themes of growth mindset, emotional regulation, resilience and brain health
✅ Healthy + unhealthy relationship tracker
✅ Units of work plus lesson plans
✅ Recommended literature that supports wellbeing with units of work

PLUS MUCH MORE including -

✅ A dedicated teacher wellbeing page with video, printable cards, reflection questions and screensavers 

✅ A dedicated parent + carers page with slides to present to your community plus links to FREE parent webinars

✅ Engaging, interactive and playful visual resources 

✅ A commitment to new content being added and updated regularly

Check out a sneak peek of the digital here, our Grow Your Mind Manual here and Introductory Lessons here.

Hear what educators have to say...

Grow Your Mind strongly supports the foundation of the NSW Department of Education’s Wellbeing Framework – Connect, Succeed, Thrive. Grow Your Mind has been embraced by our school community across students, staff and parents owing to its many strengths. The resources have enabled us to teach our children a strong understanding of emotional wellbeing and how this enables them to be productive, life-long learners.

Nicole Molloy Principal

Grow Your Mind is an outstanding program, written by teachers, for teachers. All of the students, staff and parents at Malabar Public School absolutely love and benefit from it.

Jennie Lawson Assistant Principal

Grow Your Mind has given our school a common language when discussing feelings, the brain, mental health and all things mindfulness. The resource easily fits with a full curriculum and our teachers report that the activities settle the class and therefore in the long run save time.

Belinda Gold School Counsellor 

Grow Your Mind helped me a lot because I used to be one of those shy kids. I wouldn't want to say anything when the teacher asked a question, even though I did know the answer. It helped me to be more confident.

Amy Year 6 Student

Grow Your Mind has been embraced by the Clovelly Public School community to help build social and emotional skills and in turn nurture other positive, caring and respectful relationships. The resources that support the program are well researched, age-appropriate and have assisted us in bringing mental health awareness into the classroom.

Matthew Jackman Principal

a blended learning approach

Our digital tools allow for explicit, collaborative, micro moments and super easy ways to embed wellbeing messages across all areas of the curriculum.

Our content focuses on character strengths, brain health, compassion, emotional regulation, emotional literacy, respectful relationships, growth + benefit mindset and resilience.

All content links directly to the curriculum with applicable areas highlighted for your convenience. 

Our vision is for ALL children to have access to our engaging tools and resources that promote positive mental health. 

Make wellbeing visible with our posters

Add our Complete Poster Pack to your purchase to make a wellbeing wall of our posters (10 in total) in your classroom. When you buy one of our Digital Subscriptions you will automatically get our poster packs at a discounted price of under $100.

resources for homes 

Home kit


Have you checked out our free resource sections? There is a wide selection for teachers and parents