Case study
Wellbeing Award for Schools
It was an incredibly positive experience for our school. We thoroughly enjoyed completing the award and are looking forward to going from strength to strength ...

'We've talked about wellbeing more and there's a lot more awareness. We've allowed children to know it's OK not to have a healthy mind all the time ...'

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Pupils 0

Headteacher NA

Accreditation Wellbeing Award for Schools
11 Oct 2019

Wellbeing Award for Schools: Impact, Best Practice and What Works

With more than 1000 schools now enrolled on the award, we thought it was time to evaluate the impact it is having on schools.

So we asked our accredited schools. The response was overwhelmingly positive.

  • 93% agreed the award had a large or medium impact on pupil wellbeing
  • 93% agreed it had a large or medium impact on parent wellbeing
  • 93% agreed it had a large or medium impact on staff wellbeing

What about other areas such as pupil behaviour, staff wellbeing and staff morale?

  • 95% agreed the award had improved pupils' behaviour
  • 93% agreed it had improved staff wellbeing

Best practice and what works

Our accredited schools are so enthusiastic about the award that they want share their ideas and experience. You'll find this report is packed full of ideas for you to try in your school, with lots of examples of strategies and methods that are producing great outcomes for pupils, parents and staff.


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Case Studies

Read about our successful schools and the impact of our awards

I feel that going through the award has slowly changed the attitude of many of the TAs and they now feel important and that they have control of their development
'The journey has meant that our students, the most important stakeholders in any educational setting, now benefit from the best possible provision'
In the recent Ofsted inspection (2018) parent view survey, 94% of parents said they would recommend the school to other parents