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School Community Newsletter 26/05/23

Coaching holds immense value for a school’s approach to supporting wellbeing, by providing individualised support, emotional assistance and helping to develop a growth mindset in young people.

Prioritising wellbeing in your school creates a positive and supportive learning environment, fostering students' mental and emotional health. When students feel safe, supported, and valued, they are more engaged, motivated, and resilient. Wellbeing also enhances relationships among students, teachers, and the school community, fostering a sense of belonging and connectedness. Through self-reflection with a coach, students better understand their own behaviours and promote self-awareness and personal growth.

At Yes Futures, we provide intensive and personalised coaching to young people to empower them to build their confidence, self-awareness, resilience and communication skills. By investing in wellbeing, schools empower students to thrive academically, emotionally, and socially, laying the foundation for lifelong success and happiness.

Here are some great articles to help you and your school’s approach to coaching and wellbeing.




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Prioritise your student’s wellbeing

An interesting article that highlights a trend. Schools with ‘outstanding’ Ofsted ratings are likelier to have students who are not coping well in regard to their wellbeing.

A brilliant toolkit to help teachers support their student's mental health and wellbeing

A report reads that 40% of teachers do not feel confident that they have the sufficient skills required to help support their student's wellbeing. This free toolkit from Anna Freud Centre has everything you need to support your students.

Curious about the effectiveness of 1-2-1 coaching?

This article details the incredible benefits that coaching has to offer young people and how they will benefit socially, as well as academically.

Looking to make steps towards structuring your school’s wellbeing plan?

The DfE have compiled a list of everything you need to build a solid wellbeing plan for your school. This is a brilliant place to start once you’re ready to develop your school’s approach to wellbeing support.

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