We deliver wellbeing workshops that inspire young people to improve their mental health through creative outlets.
In order to meet social distancing requirements and follow government guidance, our workshops are being delivered over Zoom to smaller groups. They have been adapted to accommodate limitations on singing, and will still be interactive, allowing pupils to use their imaginations. Having outlets to express emotions and build resilience is crucial for the wellbeing of young people, now more than ever.
Over the past 12 months we have been piloting our wellbeing workshops in East Herts, and feedback from teachers and pupils has been overwhelmingly positive.
The sessions are designed to demonstrate the importance of creative outlets such as music, art, drama and dance in achieving and maintaining wellbeing and emotional resilience. Through live performances, songwriting and pupil participation, Retune teaches young people ways to unlock their imaginations, inspiring them to pursue their passions and achieve harmony and balance. Sometimes we all feel out of tune, and small adjustments can take us back to where we need to be.
Though we have delivered for all ages from Year 1 to Sixth Form, the presentation is especially effective with Key Stage Two, as pupils prepare to transition into secondary education.
What The Pupils Said They Learned:
What The Teachers Are Saying:
Feedback From The Schools We Have Visited…
(953 pupils and 91 members of staff attended the workshop)
of teachers rated the presentation as Good or Excellent
of teachers rated the speaker as Good or Excellent
of teachers would recommend Retune to another school
881 out of 953 pupils rated the workshop as Good or Excellent
922 out of 953 pupils would like Retune to visit their school again