We provide more effective ways for primary-aged children to communicate how they feel and deal with their difficult feelings. We support professionals working with this age group to monitor, measure and intervene where children are struggling the most.
At The Emotional Health Hub we strive to help children feel heard and understood, even when they don't have the words. We combine research and practice to find the best ways to listen to their voices.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE PART IN OUR RESEARCH?
Primary Schools needed for Emotional Health Screening and Monitoring pilot in UK
We are currently working on an exciting project, with the aim of screening and monitoring the emotional health of primary school children. This work will help professionals to identify when additional support is needed and target resources more effectively.
As a participating school, you will receive a detailed report of your pupils' emotional health which can be used to evidence a focus on wellbeing and overcoming barriers to learning to Ofsted. To find out more, click here.
Call out to UK-based Primary School Class Teachers
Join our community. We really want to get the insight of class teachers and TAs surrounding the experience of supporting children's emotional health in the classroom. Participation would involve a 30-minute online interview. For more information,
"We need to do a little bit more to understand our pupils, beyond looking at behaviour, and parent voice and teacher voice, we need a more standardised measure"
Assistant Head and SENCO (Manchester)