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A is for Alert

A Lifeline in Times of Crisis

The 'Alert' component serves as a lifeline for individuals facing more worrying and persistent trends or requiring urgent attention. It's a beacon of hope, ensuring that help is just a click away when it's needed most.


Swift Action for Low Mood Concerns

In the 'Alert' phase, we prioritise swift action for students experiencing low mood. Our platform features a tutor email notification system that immediately alerts the right parties when concerns arise. It's about making sure that no student's emotional well-being goes unnoticed.


Focused Attention to Address Concerns

Concerns demand focused attention. Our 'Alert' component brings swift and concentrated focus to all the parties required to address the issue, ensuring that the student's well-being is placed at the forefront of the response.


Integration with Safeguarding Specialists

In the world of safeguarding, expertise is invaluable. Our platform integrates seamlessly with the UK's leading safeguarding specialists, CPOMS and MYCONCERN. This collaboration ensures that the most knowledgeable and skilled professionals are part of the solution.


Informed Safeguarding for All

Our 'Alert' component represents a new era of 'informed safeguarding.' It's about leveraging data, technology, and expertise to offer the best possible protection and support to students facing emotional challenges. Informed safeguarding ensures that no student is left behind.


Making a Difference, One Alert at a Time

With the 'Alert' component, we're making a difference, one alert at a time. It's about being responsive, compassionate, and resolute in times of need. Join us in the journey of ensuring that every student receives the care and support they deserve.


Explore how our 'Alert' component, the fifth and final part of the APPIA methodology, is transforming the way schools respond to critical situations. It's about swift action, focused attention, integration with safeguarding specialists, and ushering in a new era of informed safeguarding. Join us in making a difference in the lives of students who require urgent attention and support.

"It's helped us to reach all those students who haven't had the courage or confidence to reach out"

Katie, Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) Lead - Rutland, UK

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