It supports access to healthy life and learning through improved emotional wellbeing, offers guidance, activities and resources for intervention work with individual pupils or whole classes, and data to provide a ‘whole school’ approach.Book a demo
The mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people has been widely identified as a growing concern across the UK; in January 2019, inspectors for education services in England (OFSTED) and Wales (ESTYN) began to routinely assess and report on pupils' mental health and wellbeing under the key judgement area of personal development.
Following the disruption to learning caused by the pandemic, education providers are increasingly challenged with the task of leading and developing a whole-school approach to support mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Educators who work directly with children and young people. Motional can support you with guidance, activities and resources for intervention work with individual pupils or whole classes.
At an individual level Motional is most commonly used by:
Senior organisation leaders who require data to make decisions. Motional can support you if you are requiring data to demonstrate the impact of targeted intervention and/or make decisions regarding resource allocation or the inclusion of external agencies.
Motional is commonly used by:
"We have been delighted to be able to fund a Motional licence for all 61 schools across Pembrokeshire for the past three years, and feel that it has been a very worthwhile investment. School feedback on Motional has been very positive. It has been a pleasure working with Rich, who is always available to offer advice and guidance to schools. We look forward to our continued work with Motional."
Dr Emma Emanuel,
Pembrokeshire County Council
"One of the best services I've ever used for helping children make sense of their world and regulate their behaviour."
St Cleer Primary 2020