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A conversation about Wellbeing

February 13th, 2013 | by webadmin

Wellbeing, particularly its contribution to the future and overall performance of young people, will be the topic of conversation tonight as Adelaide taps into the minds of three of the most highly influential thinkers in the field. Organised by and to be held at St Peter’s College, the panel of experts to lead the public discussion will be headed by Dr Martin Seligman, a world leader in the field of wellbeing. For further information please click the 'Read more' button

Welcome Professor Martin Seligman

February 3rd, 2013 | by webadmin

St Peter's College welcomes Professor Martin Seligman back to the School as part of Adelaide's Thinker in Residence Program. Visit for information on Professor Seligman's visit

A unique conversation about mental wellbeing.

November 26th, 2012 | by webadmin

On Wednesday 13 February 2013 at 7pm, St Peter’s College invites you to take part in a unique conversation about mental wellbeing as it becomes increasingly recognised as fundamental to the overall performance of both children and adults. Come and listen to, and speak with, Professor Martin Seligman, Adelaide’s Thinker in Residence; former Australian of the Year, Professor Patrick McGorry AO; Mental Health Advocate and Associate Professor Jane Burns, Chief Executive Officer of the Young & Well CRC as well as Headmaster of St Peter's College, Simon Murray. Book online at

Wellbeing Update March 2012

March 18th, 2012 | by webadmin

 Wellbeing & Positive Education Throughout February, St Peter’s College Adelaide’s Thinker in Residence, Professor Martin Seligman, has been residing at

Professor Seligman at Muster

February 20th, 2012 | by webadmin

St Peter’s College Senior School Muster – 14 February, 2012. Saints welcomes Professor Martin E. P. Seligman, Zellerbach Family  Professor of Psychology, Director

Measuring the elements to Flourish

February 13th, 2012 | by webadmin

What is the significance of wellbeing in contemporary schooling? The importance of character strengths, positive emotion, relationships, engagement, meaning and

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