Research concerning sustainable development of education organisations is implemented in several research groups. Research in early childhood education focuses on pedagogy of well-being. Well-being is considered multidisciplinary from the viewpoints of development and learning, group dynamics, collaboration between adults, teamwork and parenthood. The aim is to find pedagogical practices that boost holistic well-being and promote physical, social and psychological safety in early childhood education context. The School is partner in the Learning and Development in School group. Research aims to identify strategies of leading a sustainable school development, help teachers to find ways to intentionally learn in classroom, use co-regulation as the strategy for agency and well-being and, to understand how students could use peers as a resource for learning in school. The research aims to contribute educational understanding and theory building as well as improving educational practices. Motivation research focuses on motivation of child and young, learning and well-being, and particularly on developmental and situational dynamics, as such and in relation to various learning environments and cultural contexts. Findings from this research results in knowledge that helps to understand individual differences as well as their developmental nature and contextual dependencies better, and which can be utilised in support of education and teaching. Research on motivation and well-being is also applied in the other two research areas, in science education, and particularly in mathematics, and in research on digital learning environments.