Gaia is very pleased to announce that Brighton Hill Community School won a BETT 2019 Award at this years event. The award was given in the Impact category, which recognises the impact of applied Edtech in a school. The Gaia/Brighton Hill collaboration was focused on adoption of the Gaia well-being app My Teen Mind. In this video lead teacher Clare Erasmus talks about the experience of building an app with students, using the Gaia Health and Well Being template.
Gaia Teen Mind App
Gaia Teen Mind is an app for secondary schools covering a range of issues associated with PSHE. With content designed to appeal to the Secondary age range, this app provides students with advice, information, and points of contact on all subjects to do with well-being.
From anxiety and depression to self-harm, Gaia Teen Mind is designed to equip secondary school students with the knowledge, attributes, and skills to manage issues, challenges and responsibilities faced in everyday life.
The Gaia Teen Mind Project Pack is available to purchase separately and allows a school and its students to bespoke the App to their individual needs.