Invincible Me helps primary schools to create a culture that promotes and strengthens positive mental health and wellbeing for children, teachers and school staff alike. We advocate a whole school approach, which develops and champions sustainable culture change, making individuals more invincible.
Building on the learning from a joint pilot launched in ten primary schools across London in collaboration with UCL’s Institute of Education (IOE), Invincible Me is now working with schools and experienced practitioners to refine our programme.
We work holistically with schools to create a supportive, nurturing culture focused on promoting and strengthening overall wellbeing amongst pupils and staff. Our focus is on prevention, not intervention.
“There are things that schools can do – including for all their pupils, for those showing early signs of problems and for families exposed to several risk factors – to intervene early and strengthen resilience, before serious mental health problems occur.”
[Department for Education report: Mental health and behaviour in school; Departmental advice for school staff, March 2015]