Wellbeing Hub Launches
Over 60 schools are signed up, with the potential to impact over 37,000 pupils
It has never been more important to support the mental health and wellbeing of young people, so we are pleased that our Wellbeing Hub is already in over 60 schools.
A live and interactive, online portal, the Wellbeing Hub gives schools and parents, the knowledge and skills to understand and meet the social and emotional needs of children and adolescents. The Hub also gives pupils support, answers, careers advice and a wealth of resources to promote positive mental health.
Every school that invests in the Wellbeing Hub can gift it to a maintained school of their choice, ensuring that more young people get this much needed level of support.
Watch Alicia’s two-minute introductory film and click below for more details on the Hub.More On Wellbeing Hub
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“I work with a pupil who has been exhibiting aggressive behaviours towards staff, including swearing. After learning on the course about attachment styles, it became clear that his actions are likely the result of an insecure attachment style. Further advice on the course about ways to communicate effectively, and the importance of allowing young people to shift out of their fight/flight/freeze brain before trying to engage in rational discussions, will certainly be applicable to this young person, and I am now consciously aiming to use this awareness when considering my actions and reactions with this pupil.”
Teacher, December 2020
There is much to celebrate about teenagers but we all know it can be a challenging time.
If we understand their social and emotional needs, and how best to respond, we can minimise conflict and give them the skills to become happy, confident, world-ready adults.
That’s why we’re here. That’s why thousands of parents and teachers join our Webinars and use our Wellbeing Hub, and why, when you invest in the Hub, we allow you to gift it to a maintained school in your community.
“Thank you for putting us on the right path, we are very grateful and I hope you have enjoyed hearing how you contributed to creating such a wonderful person.” Katie, Parent
“The Wellbeing Hub enables us to support parents and therefore work in partnership, to identify potential concerns and react quickly to promote positive mental health in each pupil, both at School and at home.”. Allister Sheffield, Deputy Head (Pastoral), Sherborne SchoolTalk To Us About Your Needs
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Our Wellbeing Hub, for staff, parents and pupils, includes Online Courses, PSHE Lesson Plans, Careers Advice and Inspiring Futures Careers Podcasts, Weekly Updated Resources, Weekly Live Q&A, Access To Specialists and more, to help you create an environment that fully supports pupil wellbeing.
We have a range of resources to help you support your child through adolescence, including our online Complete Parenting Teens Course, Wellbeing Hub, Parenting Webinars and One-To-One Consultations.
We can provide ongoing parenting support for your employees, from delivering Webinars, to providing access to our Wellbeing Hub for parents. And our Sponsorship Programme allows you to support young people in your community.
Giving Back To Your Community
Our Sponsorship Programme, allows schools and businesses to give back to children and young people in their communities, by providing a maintained school with access to the Wellbeing Hub, designed to support the mental health and wellbeing of pupils.Ask Us About Sponsorship
Sally Parra – Head of The Speaker Programme / Wellbeing Team
Latymer Upper School
It was a fantastic talk … I have sat in many, many talks on wellbeing. This was by far the best talk we have ever had on this topic and I’m most grateful.
Tips For Surviving Christmas 2020
Just in case you missed it, here is the recording of Monday’s Christmas talk and Q&A. We hope you find it useful.
Pupil Voice Week Resources from Teen Tips
In this eight minute film, which has been designed for teachers to screen in class to pupils in Year 8 and up, Alicia Drummond explores the key aspects of healthy relationships and how to recognise the signs of an unhealthy relationship.