We educate young people to take care of their mental health, giving them skills that last a lifetime. Through our highly regarded schools programmes, we provide evidence-based training and resources for pupils, staff, parents and the wider school community. Today our work is more vital than ever.
The pandemic’s impact on young people and the education system is significant. 46% of secondary schools reported pupils' mental health to be the biggest obstacle in catching up with learning post-pandemic (Department for Education). We provide training and resources to equip schools and parent/carers with the skills to support the mental health and wellbeing of young people in their care. We improve the mental health outcomes for pupils, helping them catch-up with their post-pandemic learning.
Our schools’ programme provides evidence-based training and support around mental health and wellbeing for pupils, staff, parents, and the wider school community. Our work informs, motivates, and builds confidence, offering practical guidance for schools to deliver tangible change. We offer a holistic 'whole child' and 'whole school' approach to create an embedded culture of positive mental health and wellbeing. We provide measurement tools to allow schools to show the impact of their activities