Wellbeing for Schools

For over 17 years, Tree of Knowledge has been delivering inspirational workshops in secondary schools that focus on developing a growth mindset and improved mental wellbeing. The introduction of initiatives like The Pupil Equity Fund and The Scottish Attainment Challenge have resulted in schools being required to track and measure pupil and staff progress regarding their mental health and wellbeing.

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School management know how difficult it can be to demonstrate this on paper. If you are one of those schools, TOK Wellbeing is at your service!

TOK Wellbeing is here to support your pupils & staff.

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Why choose us?

We have been accredited to use NHS Scotland’s Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS) to survey your whole school including students, staff and parents four times throughout the year.

Our team of psychologists will collate this data into termly and annual reports showing exactly how the school is progressing regarding overall mental wellbeing, what aspects are going well and what you could perhaps improve on in the future. The surveys are divided into year group and sex and as a result, you can identify where the trends are throughout the year. By assessing what impact your current activities are having, you will be able to identify when you might wish to add, remove or change interventions in the future. As schools will be using TOK Wellbeing throughout the UK, you will also be able to see how your school compares to those in other regions, as well as against the national average.

The following link is a short introduction video about TOK Wellbeing and can answer any questions that you may have.

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What the research tells us…

One in eight (12.8%) 5 to 19 year olds had at least one mental disorder when assessed in 2017.

5.5% of 2 to 4 year old children experienced a mental disorder.

16.9% of 17 to 19 year old children experienced a mental disorder.

One in twenty(5.0%) 5 to 19 year olds met the criteria for two or more individual mental disorders.

Young people aged 17 to 19 years old are 11% more likely to suffer from metal health issues than those aged 2-4.

TOK Wellbeing understand how crucial understanding the Mental Wellbeing of your pupils can be in promoting an engaged culture where people can flourish. Let us help you!

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What makes us tick…

Fully Accredited

Fully accredited to administer the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale.

Use on any device

TOK Wellbeing surveys are accessible from any device and only take a few minutes to complete.

Improve wellness

This data will help inform your wellness and employee engagement programmes.

Simple & Easy

Our in house team analyse and collate your data in an easy to understand format.

Identify issues

We identify the key aspects impacting mental wellbeing in your work place.

Investing in understanding the factors contributing to puplils mental wellbeing can help you to create a culture where everybody feels engaged and can flourish.

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