Class Charts Wellbeing
There is no doubt that the modern world is having an impact on pupils’ wellbeing and it is a problem that schools should help address. Wellbeing is an additional module available in Class Charts and is designed to help schools track the wellbeing of their pupils. With our intuitive approach, we empower schools with the tools they need to monitor the wellbeing of the pupils in their care and put early support in place.
within Class Charts
Class Charts Wellbeing provides teachers, pupils and parents with a simple and easy way to report and highlight concerns they may have around wellbeing.
One boy in ten…
*with a disorder had been excluded from school.
Customisable to suit your needs
Every school is different so we ensure our software is flexible to meet the needs of each school. A range of settings are available that will allow you to tweak the system and include the specific wellbeing concerns you wish to track.
Pupil and Parent apps
Everyone shows their feelings in different ways and to different people. Young people are no different. Some pupils will reach out to staff for support while others show they are struggling with subtle changes to their mood and behaviour. Some pupils never let their guard down while in school so staff would not always be able to tell there’s a problem.
Through the Class Charts Pupil and Parent apps, pupils and parents can also report wellbeing concerns giving staff a fuller picture of what pupils are dealing with and for continued tracking.
One in twelve…
*(8.1%) 5 to 19 year olds had an emotional disorder like anxiety or depression. This was more common in girls (10.0%) than boys (6.2%), and rates increased with age. Rates in 5 to 15 year olds increased between 2004 (3.9%) and 2017 (5.8%).
Powerful data analysis
Class Charts Wellbeing Analytics gives pastoral staff and counsellors the data and analysis tools they need to identify pupils or groups of pupils in their care who may require additional support. The impact of the support can then be tracked and adjusted to meet the pupil’s needs.