Support and Training

We offer all schools and colleges support and training on the youHQ platform:

  • Engaging the whole school with youHQ – help creating a positive whole school approach to wellbeing and personal development.
  • Help getting started – logging on and setting users up.
  • Help with managing and using the wellbeing and PSHE resources – adding, editing and presenting.
  • How to gain support – for when questions arise.
  • Keeping your data secure – advice on how to create strong passwords and dealing with safe guarding concerns.
support and training

Latest from our blog

3 steps to measure and support student emotional wellbeing

There is ‘growing evidence’ piling up over the impact of past school closures upon student emotional wellbeing, adolescent distress and mental health. (Lancet, 2021) Of even greater concern is new data, stating that disadvantaged children are becoming permanently disengaged from education. Schools are being highlighted as the location where adolescents can be identified and supported…

Parents Matter – with Dr Bear

Dr Bear and Jez discuss how parents may be feeling since lockdown ended and how they could help their children transition back to school. #parentsmatter Find out how we can help support whole school wellbeing at your school with youHQ

Teachers Matter – with Dr Bear

In this Teachers matter podcast, Dr Bear and Jez talk openly about how teachers can balance being physically back at school with looking after themselves and their wellbeing. #teachersmatter Find out how we can help support whole school wellbeing at your school with youHQ

Why wellbeing training for teachers and parents is priority in Hong Kong

In our latest episode we speak to Jason Broderick from Discovery Bay international school, in Hong Kong.  He describes why wellbeing training for teachers and parents is so important and how all teachers at the school have been trained in wellbeing. Jason is a qualified psychologist and gives incredible insight into the groundbreaking wellbeing strategies…