Grow Your Mind
Listened to in over 70 countries
Tune in and hear kids teaching kids about their mental health and ways to be resilient.
We created this podcast to provide teachers, students and families anywhere in the world with access to engaging wellbeing lessons. It is a super flexible learning resource that is FREE. The podcast uses humour and storytelling as a vehicle for children to explore what it means to feel mentally healthy.
We cover topics such as gratitude, benefit mindset, healthy friendships, courage, movement and hope.
We cover topics such as gender, resilience, climate change, grief, joy and empathy.
Enrich your learning with our podcast reflection journal. There are over 50 pages of tasks in the journals that promote active listening skills, comprehension and creativity, while further embedding the important wellbeing messages within each episode. Content is in line with both the PDHPE and English curriculum nationally and internationally.
Recognised for its positive impact
CHANNEL 7's SUNRISE
support Future sEASONs of the podcast
Due to the positive feedback on the first and second season of the podcast, we would love to create more seasons and keep the podcast free for everyone.
The podcast is an engaging way to reach children and help teachers and families around the world in the preventative mental health education space.
CHECK OUT OUR PRIMARY SCHOOL WELLBEING PROGRAM
Digital for Teachers
Available for individual teachers or a whole school licence, the subscription includes a comprehensive offering of the Grow Your Mind program, including all of the podcast reflection journals, podcast lesson plans and even as we write MORE content is being added!
Free colouring in sheets
Colour in while you listen to each episode with our themed colouring in sheet. Forteen sheets included in the download pdf. Use, print out, redistribute. Yours to do what you like with.
Engaging professional development
WE HAVE A NEW COURSE ABOUT THE GROW YOUR MIND PODCAST
Woollahra Public School
Podcasts are an engaging learning resource used in our classrooms. It is not often however, that they are completely designed and produced by children. The authentic student voice in The Grow Your Mind Podcast, provides an authenticity that promises to deliver greater impact and meaning to the current wellbeing curriculum offered to students.