Every student succeeding Page ContentLifting educational outcomes and preparing confident, future-focused students.Queensland state schools are supporting students to become lifelong learners and global citizens.We want Queensland students solving real-world challenges through critical thinking, teamwork, co-design, innovation and entrepreneurship.By implementing all eight learning areas of the Australian Curriculum all Queensland students will have the knowledge, understandings, skills and values to engage in lifelong learning. The curriculum supports Queensland students to have positive transitions through schooling to further education and work and to take advantage of every available opportunity. We are continuing to provide high quality curriculum through our implementation of the Australian Curriculum and our world-class Curriculum into the Classroom (C2C) resources.In 2017-18, we continued lifting educational outcomes and nurturing our students by:Fostering the wellbeing of every studentOur young people are growing up in a world driven by new technologies and economic globalisation. Their future means they need a new set of cognitive, social and emotional skills for success. Healthy, confident and resilient young people who can successfully navigate a more complex world are vital for Queensland’s future. We are supporting schools to foster student wellbeing through delivering the Student Learning and Wellbeing Framework.The Framework guides schools to implement a whole-school approach to student wellbeing through creating safe, supportive and inclusive environments, building the capability of staff, students and the school community to understand mental health and wellbeing and developing strong systems for early intervention.Our state schools must continue to provide inclusive environments that nurture the wellbeing of all our students so they become resilient lifelong learners who respond positively to their changing world and pursue their passions with confidence.