iheart for Ages 13-18
I believe every single school should be taking part in iheart. It helps equip young people as well as the staff that are trained to deliver the heart programme
Arron Poole, Head of History, Christ’s College Finchley
This worked with children I never imagined it would work with… I am staggered by the results our school got from this intervention
Ben Jones, Deputy Head Teacher, Langley Park School for Boys
It was interesting to see that students have worries that maybe we – the staff – aren’t necessarily aware that they worry about. The value of having opportunities within schools to talk about wellbeing, resilience, worries and feelings and building upon that, is extremely important and very powerful.
Neil McCarthy, Vulnerable Pupil Lead, Ernest Bevin College
The sessions have helped enable the boys to deal more positively with a range of issues such as social pressures, bullying, exam stress and difficult family situations
DL, Headteacher, Secondary School
Langley Park School for Boys
Schools impacted iheart
iheart School Programmes
An early intervention addressing the root causes of poor mental health and emotional issues, this preventative programme helps young people to uncover their innate resilience and wellbeing so that they can face future challenges and school transitions with confidence. 11 interactive one-hour classroom sessions delivered by an accredited iheart Facilitator or a trained, iheart-certified member of staff.
ignite™: innate resilience and wellbeing 1.0
This highly engaging, short-course series narrated by youth hosts walks students through the fundamentals of the iheart Resilience Framework. Comprised of six 20-minute episodes designed for the tutoring or home room hour, this fully digital programme inspires young peoples’ curiosity to explore their innate mental wellbeing and resilience.
Training for Teachers, Leaders and Staff
We support the mental health of school staff and train them to deliver the iheart programme to their own students. Learn about our training courses and how they build a whole-school, sustainable culture and language of wellbeing and resilience.