We offer exciting, interactive programmes that help engage, teach and develop the mental wellbeing of young people. With over 100 schools in our community, why not find out how we can support the young people in your organisation.
Head of welfare at
Charlton Athletic FC
Strengthening Minds are a pleasure to work with. They have a genuine affection and care for the young people that they provide support for and this is evidenced by the way in which those young people talk about the programme.
Headteacher, Harris Academy Crystal Palace
The programme was both thorough and
in-depth, providing weekly progress reports back to the Academy. Many of the group highly valued the programme and have since shown significant improvement
in their behaviour
Executive Headteacher, Harris Academy Peckham
The impact on the students has been remarkable, with improved attendance, behaviour, attitude and composure. Our students couldn’t speak highly enough of the programme and simply
did not want it to end
A wealth of benefits
Each of our programmes comes with a wealth of benefits that allow young people the chance to process and manage their emotions, both in and outside of school.
All of our programmes are fully planned with all resources provided, saving time
Our programmes promote positive behaviour,
self-confidence and allow students to manage their own emotions
With a strong focus on wellbeing, our programmes encourage young people to stop and think about their mental wellbeing
All of our programmes are packed full of exciting activities and meaningful games that help students engage and achieve progress
With our monitoring system, schools are able to keep track of learning and assess progression at the end of each programme
All of our programmes come with a set of powerful features, which schools can use to engage and develop students. Every aspect of each programme has been fully planned out, making delivery a breeze and ensuring that content is accessible
If I am 100% honest, without this programme, I would have struggled to cope as the way I was acting would have meant I potentially would not have finished school and not received my scholarship.