Assessment and Monitoring Tool
Keighley based social enterprise, Evolve, is offering five Bradford schools early access to its pupil wellbeing assessment and monitoring tool and £2,000 of funding towards its cost.
The Wellbeing Compass was originally designed to track the impact and effectiveness of the organisation's team of Health Mentors who are deployed in schools to work with KS1, 2 and 3 pupils. However, the platform was recently developed using investment from
Leeds City Council and the European Union. This web based platform will soon be made available to all schools to benefit from the following features:
- Holistic wellbeing survey conducted at four census points during the year - Sep, Dec, Mar and Jul.
- 24 questions that cover mental health, sleep, nutrition, physical activity and personal development
- Simple data visualisations for early intervention and progress tracking
- Bespoke Classroom Climate survey for teachers to assess the status of their learning environment
- Integration with school MIS for easy data management
With Ofsted inspectors now routinely assessing how schools track and monitor pupils’ mental health and wellbeing under the key judgement area of personal development, the Wellbeing Compass is a powerful and convenient solution that will help to inform your
interventions and evidence their impact. The Wellbeing Compass costs £999 per year for a schoolwide license but five Bradford schools can benefit from 2.3 years' access until Jul-25 for
More information about the platform can be found at
https://www.evolvesi.com/wellbeing-compass. An external evaluation of how Evolve's Health Mentors improve pupil wellbeing measures using this platform by Simetrica Jacobs can be found here -
Healthy Brains supported by The Health Foundation.
If you would like to take advantage of this exclusive offer for Bradford schools, please send an email to
email@example.com to schedule a setup call. Discounts will be offered on a first come, first served basis so respond quickly to avoid disappointment.
Audience: Headteachers, Senior Mental Health Leads, SENCOs, Pastoral Managers, Heads of Year 7