We are delighted to announce a partnership with The Wellbeing Hub, from Teen Tips. This new partnership will mean UK and International schools can access a unique combination of knowledge, support and guidance on wellbeing.  

Heather Styche-Patel, CEO of RSAcademics, said:  

“We are excited about this innovative partnership. The Wellbeing Hub and RSAcademics have a strong shared ethos and an overarching mission to help schools thrive.  Our consultancy work highlights the increasing importance of supporting student wellbeing and our latest research report, The New Art of Headship, found that supporting student mental health is the area where Heads had seen the most change over the last 10 years.” 

The Wellbeing Hub offers a proactive approach to young people’s mental health and wellbeing by providing evidence-based support for the whole school community. It is a live and interactive web app delivering support and advice through podcasts, online courses for parents and staff, webinars, live Q&As, Q&A libraries, careers advice, PSHE resources, access to specialists, and much more. The Wellbeing Hub is currently impacting more than 150,000 pupils in over 230 schools. 

The new partnership means that alongside our wellbeing research services, we can offer our client schools access to the best wellbeing advice and resources. 

The Wellbeing Hub, in turn, will benefit from our research expertise and insight generated through our thought leadership and survey services, including our new Pupil Voice survey service. Through this shared knowledge and expertise, the partnership will ensure The Wellbeing Hub remains at the forefront of wellbeing support and advice.  

Alicia Drummond, founder of Teen Tips and The Wellbeing Hub, said:  

“We’re absolutely delighted to be working with RSAcademics.  We believe in early intervention when it comes to mental health and the more informed we are about current trends, the better able The Wellbeing Hub will be to support whole school communities.”