Teaching children to live life well

The iSpace Wellbeing and #iWonder Curriculums offer an exciting whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing. Our curriculums provide an age appropriate framework including who and how to ask for help, and a common language, which encourage conversations about mental, emotional, social and physical health to become part of everyday school and home life.

The curriculums provide a proactive, progressive and preventative approach to mental health and wellbeing; supporting schools in achieving the Government’s new for 2020 Mental Health, Relationships and Sex Education requirements.

iSpace Wellbeing is a holistic approach to wellbeing education. It ensures mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing are addressed in a curriculum schools can embrace with complete confidence as part of PSHE.

“Our mission is to improve and protect the mental and emotional wellbeing of over 1,000,000 children by 2025.”

Why use iSpace for your School?

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Complete wellbeing curriculum solution, delivered digitally and ready to implement right away.

Reduce staff workload with ready to teach lesson plans and full supporting toolkit for KS1, 2 and 3.

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Build staff confidence with a full teacher training support package.

Continue the conversation at home with our engagement tools for parents and children.

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Hear what people are saying

“What I saw the children learning in their iSpace lessons at Cumnor House Sussex gives me hope for a better future”.

Geoff McDonald founder of minds@work

It provides the language of feelings so children are able to describe their emotions with greater ease. In addition it provides a  “toolkit”  of things that our children (and teachers!) can actively use when they find themselves struggling for whatever reason.”

“The whole school is now using a common language to describe their emotions. Children are able to identify tools that can help them when they feel angry or overwhelmed”

Mrs Nicola Harmer, Headteacher, Brentfield Primary School

“I believe that without a programme like iSpace Wellbeing we would require the investment of substantial time and effort by our own teachers in preparing a coherent scheme of work covering all year groups at a time when they are already ensuring their own subject specific teaching as well as contributing to the busy life of the school.”

Paul D Spencer Ellis, Chairman of the Education Committee at Great Ballard

“The iSpace programme provides our staff with the perfect starting point, comprehensive background material and a security as to the clinical background and research behind that material. It provides an ability to aver to all parents that we not only say that the well being of every child is our key aim but that we have invested in what we believe to be the gold standard provider.”

Christian Heinrich, Headmaster at Cumnor House School Trust

“I think that iSpace is a fantastic concept. Having used the framework and toolkit with both of my children I have found it to be enjoyable and engaging and something I believe will be of great benefit to parents, teachers, healthcare professionals and children. The concept is beautifully designed and illustrated. This child friendly approach really captures the children’s attention and eases them into conversation about their wellbeing. I believe this toolkit will do as it suggests which is to prepare children to live life ready!”

Dr Sonya Collier, Clinical Psychologist

“iSpace Wellbeing has strengthened that three-way link between children, teachers and parents – a link which is essential for the success of a wellbeing curriculum.”

Claire Pepler, Wellbeing Lead, Dulwich Prep Cranbrook

“A wonderful resource to use with children to help them make sense of an ever changing world”

Charlie Lee, Director of Wellbeing at Copthorne Prep School

“You are doing pioneering and very important work”.

Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham

“What Cumnor House is doing through the iSpace and #iWonder Curriculum is amazing. I would like to think that iSpace could have helped me. The iSpace lesson that I saw today on resilience certainly had things I would have found helpful and could have helped me bounce back”.

Hope Virgo, Mental Health Campaigner

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Download our FREE GUIDE to the iSpace Wellbeing Curriculum to learn more about how iSpace can transform PSHE in your school.

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