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eduu.school

Fully mapped teaching resources integrating mental wellbeing into the National Curriculum

Product Type
Software
Location
UKInternational
Age Range
7-1111-1314-1616+
Environment
ClassroomHome

Fully mapped teaching resources integrating mental wellbeing into the National Curriculum.

Our young people have never been more vulnerable. Over half have serious anxiety symptoms and need help now before things become worse.

For years, educators have known that mental wellbeing and attainment are linked. It has never been more important that wellbeing is woven into the fabric of learning.

Our community includes teachers, therapists and clinicians. Together we’ve developed learning resources which integrate mental health and wellbeing support as part of the core curriculum.

Wellbeing resources are provided by Kooth, the UKs largest provider of mental wellbeing to people under 25. Together with our school and publisher partners they have co-curated eduu.school

Reduce your workload

Carefully curated content, arranged by Theme or by Subject, and an easy-to-use delivery method all in one place

Works for every school

Use the suggested themes and structure, or personalise by selecting specific resources to easily add them to your existing lessons.

Easy to access

Delivers resources to your learners through Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom or via weblinks/the platform.

 

eduu.school is a collaboration between partners, whose combined expertise results in a unique, problem-solving solution for every school:

Shireland – a leading Multi Academy Trust that harnesses technology to support learning

Hodder Education Group – one of the largest publishers known for rigour of quality-assured resources

GLUU – identifies innovative and proven EdTech to transform outcomes

Kooth – the trusted Mental Health support service for young people

Costs
£395 per annum

Prices starting at £395 per year

Trial Options
1 month

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