Creating a sustainable culture of wellbeing

The Department for Education recently funded the London Universities Childhood Wellbeing research centre to study The Impact of Pupil Behaviour and Wellbeing on Educational Outcomes. In that paper they found that:

  • For academic progression, better emotional wellbeing is a key factor in primary school.
  • Better emotional wellbeing at age 7 is a significant predictor of higher academic progression from KS1 to KS2.
  • More of this report is at the bottom of the page.

 

To create an environment of wellbeing for students, schools need to engage every key stakeholder in the school: Teachers, pupils and parents.

Overview

The pressure to increase your culture of wellbeing has reached a point where action must now be taken.

So what makes us different? Our approach to wellbeing will positively inspire every single one of your stakeholders whilst also engaging your local community. Our range of services including 24/7 telemedicine and mental health support will ensure that teachers, children and parents are all proud to be part of your school.

For teachers: We create a culture that your staff proud to be part of your school. From 24/7 access to telemedicine GP’s to physical and mental wellbeing activities and discounted personal trainers & wellbeing breaks

For children: From brain breaks to PHSE tools and home learning activities to self regulate and improve awareness of all things wellbeing including yoga & pilates.

For parents: We take wellbeing out of the classroom. From 24/7 access to telemedicine GP’s to family fitness and wellbeing challenges plus access to discounted personal trainers and wellbeing breaks.

For Teachers

Physical and Mental Wellbeing
Exercises, mindful moments, yoga, pilates, mental health and mindset activities that can all be completed without any equipment and from the comfort of home or as part of a daily / weekly teacher club.

24/7 Telemedicine
24/7 access to GP’s saving your teacher’s stress of booking appointments and your schools the hassle of covering. 85% of cases can be successfully handled over video-call with a GP with no need to visit the practice.

Discounted Services
Take advantage of our group of carefully selected businesses (both local and nationwide) to access discounted services such as personal trainers, wellbeing breaks, healthy recipes etc

Enquire about our School Wellbeing programmes:

For Pupils

Get Active
A series of 5 – 10 minute fitness routines designed for the classroom. All workouts are differentiated and designed to get the heart rate up and the mind switched on.

Be Mindful
Our online programme is designed to make children more aware of their feelings and the reasons behind these feelings. Activities include, yoga, pilates and guided visuatlisation that builds confidence, acknowledges anxiety and provides tools to feel great.

In school and at home
All of our children content is available from the classroom and at home with the data fully tracked so teachers can measure impact based on usage.

Enquire about our School Wellbeing programmes:

For Parents

Physical and Mental Wellbeing
Take part in family challenges with their child or go solo with physical exercises, mindful moments, yoga, pilates, mental health and mindset activities that can all be completed without any equipment and from the comfort of home.

24/7 Telemedicine
24/7 access to GP’s saving your teacher’s stress of booking appointments and your schools the hassle of covering. 85% of cases can be successfully handled over video-call with a GP with no need to visit the practice.

Discounted Services
Take advantage of our group of carefully selected businesses (both local and nationwide) to access discounted services such as personal trainers, wellbeing breaks, healthy recipes etc

Enquire about our School Wellbeing programmes:

Impact of Pupil Behaviour and Wellbeing on Educational Outcomes

The Department for Education recently funded the London Universities Childhood Wellbeing research centre to study The impact of pupil behaviour and wellbeing on educational outcomes. In that paper they found that:

  • For academic progression, better emotional wellbeing is a key factor in primary school.
  • Better emotional wellbeing at age 7 is a significant predictor of higher academic progression from KS1 to KS2.
  • Children with higher levels of emotional, behavioural, social, and school wellbeing, on average, have higher levels of academic achievement and are more engaged in school, both concurrently and in later years.
  • Children with better emotional wellbeing make more progress in primary school and are more engaged in secondary school.

As children move through the school system, emotional and behavioural wellbeing become more important in explaining school engagement, while demographic and other characteristics become less important.

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