ASSESSING WELL-BEING DIGITALLY
APPA develops groundbreaking digital tools used to assess the well-being of children and young adults. Find out how these easy-to-use and child-centric products can help your school or organisation.
WHAT WE OFFER
APPA provides your organisation with an easy system that assesses well-being in young people. This consists of a secure portal, easy grouping of classes or LAC and Grant aided pupils, safeguarding alerts, the BeingMe Assessment and a lower school PSE/PSHE curriculum. These are all available either as standalone products or as part of the BeingMe whole school approach.
Secure and easy-to-use online portal
Teachers can access the pupil’s Report on the APPA teachers portal, providing insight into the well-being of the student. This frees up time that would be spent identifying struggling young people and allows more time to be spent supporting these students.
Fully validated digital assessment
Working with Liverpool Hope University, who tested the assessment with over 1000 young people, we can be sure that BeingMe is the only fully validated app that lets schools identify which students can benefit from extra support in specific areas.
Accessible digital assessment tool
BeingMe is designed to minimise adult intervention in the assessment process meaning most young people can complete the assessment independently. The app is also available on a wide variety of platforms to ensure all young people can access it in some way.
Lower secondary school PSHE curriculum
APPA Scotland has developed a well-being curriculum that ties in with Es&Os of Scottish education or Key Stage 3 for English education. This enables young people to easily transition to Secondary School and gives teachers a precise idea of where to target support.
Are you a child or young person who is in trouble or needs someone to talk to? APPA Scotland can help young people to improve their health and well-being with targeted support, but if you need immediate help or are in danger, please speak to someone you trust as soon as possible. Click the help button below for some links and phone numbers from organisations that can help you.