2016: networkofwellbeing.orgWellbeing as Core School Business – What it is and Why it Matters

2014: http://theconversation.com/pushed-out-or-pulled-out-why-kids-dont-want-to-go-to-school-23401

2014: In a blog on open forum.com.au, Sue argues that our wellbeing as individuals and a community is limited unless we are positively connected with others: http://www.openforum.com.au/content/wellbeing-begins-’we’

2009 Effective and Flourishing: Making a real difference by developing school and student wellbeing. Article for Principal Matters

2007 Oppositional? yes, defiant? yes, disordered? Who says? DECP Debate.

2007 Raising Achievement Update Taking Account of Emotions in Student-Teacher Relationships

2006 EQ Australia: Learning to Care: Relationships, emotional literacy and wellbeing. 

2006 Circle Time: How it might change you, your school and your students. In Education Connect, Issue Six – written with Phil Ward.

Series of monthly articles on young children and behaviour in Nursery World magazine 2005. Some now reprinted in Early Childhood. Read Beliefs and Behaviour

2005 Emotional Literacy: what is it and what can it do? Article in Classroom(Australia)

September 2001 Roffey. S. “What do we tell the children?” Article in Sydney Morning Herald following the terrorist attack in New York.

Winter 2001 Roffey, S. “The Emotion in Learning” in EQ Australia

1997 “What to do if a Child in Your School Dies”.Guidance for Head teachers published by Haringey LEA

1992 The Haringey Response to Bullying: The outcome of a working group to research and write these guidelines. They were launched at a national conference Oct. 1992

1992 Marshall, S. Wright C. and Imich, A. “Trick or Treat – An Appraisal of Appraisal.” in “Educational Psychology in Practice”
(Marshall was Sue’s previous name)