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Schools

What if everyone at your school knew that wellbeing is innate to all of us – no matter what?

iheart’s whole-school approach engages students, teachers, staff, leaders and parents in developing a common approach language and understanding of wellbeing and resilience.

Our highly impactful approach empowers young people with the confidence to overcome setbacks and positively meet life’s challenges. We engage students through discussions, group exercises and self-reflections combined with dynamic learning techniques using animations, videos, hands-on activities, and stimulating quizzes.

Together we can build psychologically thriving schools, families and communities!

What if everyone at your school knew that wellbeing is innate to all of us – no matter what?

iheart’s whole-school approach engages students, teachers, staff, leaders and parents in developing a common approach language and understanding of wellbeing and resilience.

Our highly impactful approach empowers young people with the confidence to overcome setbacks and positively meet life’s challenges. We engage students through discussions, group exercises and self-reflections combined with dynamic learning techniques using animations, videos, hands-on activities, and stimulating quizzes.

iheart School Programmes

9-12 Programme

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.

13-18 Programme

In-depth support for students to navigate their very real day-to-day challenges, focusing on critical topics such as self-esteem, exam stress, anxiety, relationships and social media. 11 one-hour classroom sessions delivered by a an accredited iheart facilitator or a trained, iheart-certified member of staff.

Ignite: Intro to iheart for young people

A highly engaging, short-course series narrated by youth hosts which walks students through the fundamentals of the iheart framework. Comprised of six 15-minute episodes designed for the tutoring or home room hour, this fully digital programme inspires young peoples’ curiosity in further exploring 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.

iheart's Reach

In the last 4 years we have delivered this programme across...

The iheart Programme
22 Countries
230 Schools &
Instituions
18,930 Children

The outcomes have been highly impactful, leading to extraordinary results and validation. 100% of a year 6 class of 90 pupils noticed a change in themselves post programme. 99% would recommend the programme to a friend, and teachers noticed an 11% decrease in negative classroom behaviours.

School Spotlights

A case study of an inner-city London school

School leaders share their experience bringing iheart to their schools

Some of the schools impacted by iheart

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I watched a child de-escalate from the point of violence because of the ‘We have everything we need inside’ lesson. A remarkable breakthrough….

Jamie Rogers, Headteacher, Welldon Park Primary School

‘I am staggered by the positive results we got with this intervention’

– Ben Jones, Assistant Head Teacher, Langley Park School for Boys

Langley Park School Students

Langley Park School Students

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I watched a child de-escalate from the point of violence because of the ‘We have everything we need inside’ lesson. A remarkable breakthrough….

Jamie Rogers, Headteacher, Welldon Park Primary School

‘I am staggered by the positive results we got with this intervention’

– Ben Jones, Assistant Head Teacher, Langley Park School for Boys

What if every young person had a resilience instruction manual
that could help them create a better, brighter future?