Evolve’s focus is on transforming the lives of young people. Research in this area is ongoing. Keep up to date here:
The Education Policy Institute’s Independent Commission on Children and Young People’s Mental Health report, Time to Deliver, calls for every school to have a mental health lead, evidence-based training and be inspected on pupil wellbeing.
Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring’ by the US-based National Mentoring Partnership offers research-informed and practitioner-approved best practices for creating and sustaining impactful mentoring relationships and strong programme services.
The recommendations of Professor Graham Donaldson’s report in to education in Wales, ‘Successful Futures’, makes health and wellbeing a priority area and points the way towards new possibilities for schools and their pupils.
Unseen Children reviews the current pattern of disadvantage and educational success across England. It aims to learn the lessons of recent policy initiatives, and make proposals that would really make a difference.
‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ is a set of evidence-based public mental health messages aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of the whole population. They were developed by nef (the new economics foundation).