DfE approved Senior Mental Health Lead Training AVAILABLE

Our Vision

We envision schools as the heart of communities with the confidence to nurture young minds.

Our Four Wing Thing

Helping those who work with children, in the areas of professional wellbeing, safe foundations, character & culture, and well young minds.

Professional Wellbeing

Helping staff in educational settings to sustain their own mental health and that of their colleagues to benefit everyone in their care.

Safe Foundations

Helping vulnerable young people to thrive from a place of safety, through the people they turn to.

Character & Culture

Helping to develop a coaching culture in education, that promotes positive mental health, so that young people can thrive.

Well Young Minds

Helping to shape a new generation of healthy young minds by empowering the educational staff that support them.


Our Four Wing Thing

Professional Wellbeing

Safe Foundations

Character & Culture

Well Young Minds

Championing the belief that emotional well-being
is just as important as physical health

We passionately believe that wellbeing is central to a person’s capacity to flourish in all areas of their life and reach their full potential. And wellbeing is not just about the physical – for us mental and emotional health are just as essential.

With a unique combination of substantial classroom experience and an array of credible qualifications, we get results. And what’s more, we’re committed to ongoing learning as theories and perspectives change.

Through working with schools offering inset, training courses, and parent talks – our ambition is simple: to give leaders the expertise to build schools where good mental health is the foundation for all success.

Rachael and Claire

Teacher-friends who worked together in a Derby school for many years, Claire and Rachael have a combined 35+ years of classroom experience and are still classroom based for part of the week.

Between them, they have AST status, are Fellows of the Chartered College of Teaching, have chaired a school governing board, hold a Master’s degree in Education: Leadership and Management, and are currently studying for a Master’s degree in Character Education.

They also hold diplomas in personal development coaching, School Counselling and Creative Therapy, all to distinction level, and in 2019, they were finalists in the Coaching Academy International Awards for their contribution to coaching in education.

They are qualified First Aid for Mental Health Instructors, qualified Level 3 Safeguarding Instructors, and are accredited CPD providers.

In Their Words

See what the staff we’ve worked with have to say

“The presentation quality was exemplary.  The trainers Claire and Rachael were truly superb whilst making the experience very personal too, and every module was supported by beautiful and professional resources and sources of more information for those that desired it.”

Nina Cooper

Monksmoor Primary, Northamptonshire

“There was a good balance of trainers teaching, delegate conversations (break out rooms), videos and statistics.  It was really invaluable to be able to go back over the course material on the learning platform.  Understanding different signs and symptoms of mental ill-health and having it all clearly explained was appreciated.”

Mel Greaves

Emmanuel Community School, London

“Claire and Rachael were both incredibly sensitive, flexible, supportive and knowledgeable. Both were so engaging throughout and they really couldn’t offer more for their learners. The online platform was very useful! This gave more flexibility and opportunity for catch ups when needed. An excellent idea if you have missed out on anything or need to look again.”

Sophie Howarth

Blyth School, Nottingham