The last few months have brought uncertainty, fear, and sacrifice. Many schools were a lifeline to families in their community, providing meals to children and they have risked their own safety by opening their doors to key worker children, keeping them safe, while their parents helped the wider community. As things start to return to a more normal routine, school leaders will have concerns regarding the safety and wellbeing of their staff and pupils.
Since the start of March, SAS have been working to develop our comprehensive wellbeing offering even further to offer the most robust wellbeing support available on the market, ensuring that your staff and pupils have the support they need to succeed. Since the start of 2020, we have added 13 new wellbeing support services and developed the National Wellbeing Partnership, with dozens of companies providing discounted or cost- free wellbeing support to SAS clients.
Like many of you, we took a proactive approach to finding solutions to the issues being faced. We are really excited about all of our new wellbeing support and would love to tell you more about how SAS can help boost whole school wellbeing in your community.