We’re delighted to announce that Alicia Drummond, founder of Teen Tips and The Wellbeing Hub, contributed to an article in the Guardian on how to have an amicable relationship with your neighbours through building work. Alicia discusses how to avoid problems and remain as open and collaborative as possible.
BBC Radio Suffolk
We’re delighted to announce that Alicia Drummond, founder of Teen Tips and The Wellbeing Hub, was interviewed on BBC Radio Suffolk on the effect of Coronavirus on the mental health and wellbeing of young people. Alicia discusses how to recognise the signs and symptoms of mental ill-health in young people and what we can do to help them.
Time & Leisure Magazine
Alicia was delighted to contribute to this article in Time and Leisure Magazine exploring Pastoral Care in Schools. Alicia gives tips and advice on what to look out for when selecting a school for your child.
We’re delighted to announce that Alicia was interviewed by Kate Borsay on Times Radio on Friday. They discussed the impact that lockdown has had on the social and mental health of children and young people. Alicia also shares her thoughts on what support is needed to reacclimatise them with school.
The Guardian Schools Guide
We were delighted to contribute to The Guardian Schools Guide: “Where to begin when choosing a school?” by Donna Ferguson
We were delighted to contribute to this Guardian article written by the fabulous Donna Ferguson – ‘They are scared to try new things’: how is home school impacting young children?
Independent School Management Plus
We’re delighted to have contributed to this article in Independent School Management Plus on education and the need to take mental health seriously. This is not a ‘lost generation’ but our approach to mental health must change.
Survey Statistics In The Guardian / Observer
We polled our parents to find out how they are feeling in Lockdown 3, and the impact on their children’s mental health. We were glad that these important findings hit the headlines both on The Guardian online and in The Observer paper.
Article in iWeekend
We were delighted to contribute to Hanna Tavner and Pascale Hughes’ article in iWeekend on 23rd October 2020, on surviving the second lockdown: Experts share their ideas on improving life – from being active to sleeping better.
Sunday Times Magazine
We’re so pleased to have collaborated in Lorraine Candy’s article in The Sunday Times Magazine on 24th May 2020, on ‘Family: teenagers who break lockdown rules need support not condemnation’.
Interview With The Daily Telegraph
Alicia was delighted to collaborate with Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, and the Daily Telegraph in this short film about the long term impact of Covid-19 on children.
Interview In The Guardian / Observer
Alicia was so pleased to have contributed to this article in The Observer on conflict in families as a result of lockdown.
Interview on BBC Radio 5 Live
In case you missed it, here’s Alicia’s recent interview on BBC Radio 5 Live, about children and teenagers’ mental health and wellbeing, plus parenting during lockdown.
Article Contribution In The Guardian
Alicia was pleased to have contributed to this article in the Guardian on how to defuse festive conflicts within the family.
Article In The Guardian
Alicia was delighted to contribute to this article in the Guardian on parenting during family isolation.
Alicia loved contributing to this article in News Vision on how to keep your child engaged during the lockdown.
Interview on BBC South East Today
TV interview with Alicia on how to support young people through school closures.
Article/Interview in the Mirror
Alicia was delighted to join a team of experts and contribute to this article in the Mirror on how to look after your children’s health during lockdown.
Latest Press Releases
4th April 2022
Latest research from Teen Tips reveals parents concern around the safety of their children online.
20th February 2022
An independent school in Hertford has joined forces with Teen Tips, the providers of an online wellbeing hub to help support the wellbeing of pupils, parents and members of staff.
16th February 2022
The Ladies’ College Guernsey Senior School has launched a new Wellbeing Hub to help support pupils, teachers and patents. Designed by health and wellbeing experts ‘Teen Tips’, the interactive platform sets out to meet the social, emotional and educational needs of young people, as well as providing preventative mental health resources for the entire college community.
3rd February 2022
Shocking new figures from GambleAware suggest that as many as one million women in the UK may be experiencing gambling-related harm. Teen Tips is tackling the issue head-on alongside EPIC Risk Management and WHYSUP to deliver a gambling and wellbeing education programme to young people in schools and colleges across the UK.
18th January 2022
Cheltenham Ladies’ College, in collaboration with mental health experts Teen Tips, is giving thousands of local pupils, parents and school staff access to mental health and wellbeing resources with the launch of The Wellbeing Hub.
6th September 2021
We’re delighted to announce our new partnership with EPIC Risk Management & WHYSUP. We join forces to tackle gamble-related harm with pioneering programme in schools.
27th May 2021
Changing the Culture of Gender-Based Violence: Live staff training webinar for schools
8th December 2020
Unique Wellbeing Hub empowers teachers and parents to tackle the mental health of young people.
3rd November 2020
Wellbeing Hub launched for schools and parents as we head into winter lockdown.
25th August 2020
Teen Tips warns that months in lockdown has left many anxious about re-integrating as millions head back to school.
4th June 2020
New stats reveal impact of the lockdown on teens mental health as new expert parenting hub launched.