The Anna Freud Centre are in the process of developing two apps for use by young people and may be interested in finding schools who are willing to get involved in a testing programme.
ReZone is an app designed to be used in mainstream primary, and alternative provision/SEN primary and secondary schools with 10-15 year olds.
The app aims to help students manage their emotional wellbeing in the classroom by supporting them to re-focus if they are feeling angry, stressed or anxious.
If you are interested in being involved in testing and developing the app, please email email@example.com.
Power Up +
Power Up + aims to support young people with learning difficulties to take an active role in decisions about their care, and to ensure their needs are heard. It is designed to be used by young people in school and at home, independently or with support from parents, carers and school staff. The app has been developed with with feedback and input from young people with special educational needs, parents and carers, and Learning Disability clinicians within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
Anna Freud Centre are looking for Special Educational Needs settings who would be interested in getting involved in testing this app. More information is available at: