60-second weekly check-ins give school leaders visibility of wellbeing levels across the school, years and classes.
Vulnerable students can be better supported, including targeted and rapid interventions, if needed.
Encourages gratitude. Students can give a shout-out to a fellow student or a staff member.
Fun and easy 60-second weekly check-ins encourage students to reflect on their mental, social and physical wellbeing by answering evidence-based questions.
Provides students with a safe and accessible way to reach out for help, starting with a simple question: 'How are you feeling today?'
When a student flags that they need help, Smoothwall Pulse will connect them with a trusted teacher, school leader, or administrator of their choosing.
Take a holistic approach towards improving wellbeing by providing staff and parents with the relevant resources they need to support students. Over 150 evidence-based Character Lab resources including wellbeing tips and playbooks are available within Pulse.
Get insights into a student's current wellbeing. Translate data into an appropriate and early intervention. Track improvement over time.
Get an instant snapshot into school-wide wellbeing. Drill down and identify hotspots across year groups or classes.
Take a holistic approach towards improving wellbeing by providing staff and parents with the relevant resources they need to support students.
Wellbeing teams can access their whole school or classroom sentiment and historical student check-in data to identify patterns and address issues before they become problems.
Teachers have a super simple way to connect with students who need early intervention and use their time more effectively.
got the support needed through the 'I need help' feature
have placed students on the 'wellbeing radar'
seen across global Pulse check-ins
who needed help reached out the first time they used Pulse
Ben Jeffrey, Executive Headteacher at Westley Middle School shares his experience and explains how his school uses the data from Pulse to look for important trends.
Ellie Green, Safeguarding Coordinator at The Thinking Schools Academy Trust explains how Pulse gives teachers student wellbeing data instead of relying on guesswork.
Director of Student Wellbeing
Pulse is part of a wellbeing programme, so for us, it is not additional work - it is the work.
St Mary's College
It's probably the least time-consuming thing we have brought on board in the last two years that has added the most value.
Smart Vision School
Dr Nicole Archard
I can see where every child is at, and that is very powerful.