Wellbeing is not static but dynamic. It requires small actions repeated often to build healthy habits. Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology, has identified five areas that when cultivated lead to people feeling good and functioning well. The five areas are often described as pillars of wellbeing known as PERMA.
This worksheet offers teachers an opportunity to explore how they support their pillars of wellbeing through questions and discussion. This download has been designed to support teacher professional development in both big groups and small groups, or as individual reflection.