PORTAL

Often teachers are responsible for the health and well-being of many students, the BeingMe Portal allows them to easily analyse students reports as well as automatically flagging any students we believe need more help than they are currently getting.

This frees up time that would be spent identifying struggling young people and allows more time to be spent supporting those students.

PORTAL

Often teachers are responsible for the health and well-being of many students, the BeingMe Portal allows them to easily analyse students reports as well as automatically flagging any students we believe need more help than they are currently getting.

This frees up time that would be spent identifying struggling young people and allows more time to be spent supporting those students.

The BeingMe Portal helps educators and professionals develop well-being in young people to its fullest potential.

After completing an assessment, teachers can access the young person’s Report on the BeingMe teachers portal, providing insight into the well-being of the student. The portal will alert a teacher if a student scores particularly low on an assessment and also allows teachers to view students previous reports to ensure the current level of support is helping to improve the young person’s well-being.

The pupil overview page is a dynamic view of the results that pupils have obtained in the assessment. It displays results using a traffic light system of the main SHANARRI indicators only users who have a completed assessment and ranks them in order of need.

This provides schools with:

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Administrators, guidance teachers and SENCO’s can quickly sort children according to needs.

This provides schools with:

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Administrators, guidance teachers and SENCO’s can quickly sort children according to needs.

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Identify the young people who are most at risk or in need of more support.

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Group pupils into classes and year groups.

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Group pupils with pre-existing risk factors, such as LAC (looked after children) or Funded (PEF or PP funding).

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Identify the young people who are most at risk or in need of more support.

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Group pupils into classes and year groups.

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Group pupils with pre-existing risk factors, such as LAC (looked after children) or Funded (PEF or PP funding).

The BeingMe Portal is designed to make it easy for teachers and professionals to view reports and identify struggling students.

The portal generates reports that give detailed insights into young people’s health and well-being. Teachers can view them online or download them for later use. The format of the reports can be easily changed, allowing teachers to view them in a way is easiest to understand. They can also be compared with previous reports to allow easier progress tracking.

All communication with the portal is encrypted and all data and reports are stored securely. If any young person wishes to have their data or information removed from the system, this will be done quickly and easily. Read more information about our privacy policy.

These reports provide schools with:

 

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A common well-being baseline for all pupils

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Early targeted identification of well-being issues that are symptomless

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Targeted conversations with young people about specific issues in their life

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Focused intervention that leaves young people ready to thrive

SAMPLE REPORTS

Download some example reports that break down the assessment of a young person, providing teachers insight into the student’s life.

Sample report

SHANARRI

The most important report our assessment generates is an expanded SHANARRI report called the SHANARRI40®. This gives teachers detailed insight into all the different area of the young person’s life. This sample report shows an example of a SHANNARI40® report, with an overview of their score and a breakdown of the subgroups.

Sample Report

Resilience Matrix

The assessment also generates a report called a Resilience Matrix, this report gives teachers a very quick snapshot of that young persons life, the problems they face and the tools they are equipped with to overcome these problems. This sample report shows an example of a Resilience Matrix report, with a score and an explanation of its meaning.

Sample Report

Resilience Matrix

The assessment also generates a report called a Resilience Matrix, this report gives teachers a very quick snapshot of that young persons life, the problems they face and the tools they are equipped with to overcome these problems. This sample report shows an example of a Resilience Matrix report, with a score and an explanation of its meaning.

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