In recent years there has been a rise in the wellbeing and mental health issues raised by children and young people, in part this is due to the unique pressures young people face surrounding things such as exam stress and social media.
Research released in Autumn 2018 also found that pupils are more likely to seek support for mental health online, using digital tools such as phone apps to speak up about their concerns.
At tootoot we understand that wellbeing and academic attainment go hand in hand and have made it our mission to ensure all young people have the key to unlock the support they require to fulfil their potential.
To recognise this, we are launching a new Mental Health and Wellbeing Programme for schools ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week starting on the 13th May.
The programme is a whole-school programme that aims to support the mental health and wellbeing of schools.
Available to the first 100 school sign-ups, the six-week programme involves a bespoke plan for your school, free access to tootoot and our mood-tracking app tootmood, as well as a host of mental health and wellbeing teaching resources!
The aim of the programme is to give your school the tools to enhance the mental health and wellbeing in your school your six weeks with tootoot includes: