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Check ins play a vital role in supporting the engagement and wellbeing of your students. iyarn has been designed to support students by creating a safe space to talk about the issues that impact them. iyarn’s regular check ins will empower teachers, and greatly assist students by developing greater self awareness and wellbeing.
Our check ins help identify issues in real time and direct attention where it’s needed.
Our check ins are designed to be easy and fast for students, on the devices they use everyday.
Check ins can be customised to suit the needs of your school and your students.
The iyarn check in is designed to be repeated on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, creating a powerful, regular conversation starter for pastoral care.
We’re been approved for use in all public schools!
Since launching iyarn, we have been able to give students a way to easily track their wellbeing and mental health. Our students have embraced this resource and can see the value in understanding their own strengths and areas for improvement that it highlights. As a College dedicated to pastoral care, we are now beginning to see students empowered to improve their overall health as well as having important data that shapes how we can best support our students.
Health and Physical Education / Protective Behaviours Coordinator
After using iyarn with my homeroom for a few months I can already see how powerful this tool can be and how many different ways it can help. We set up our iyarn so that it prompted not only conversations with their teacher and peers, but also allows for self-reflection on where they are at. Students often find it challenging to express how they are feeling, but this enables them to do it in a quantifiable way. In other words, I love it!
Health & Physical Education Teacher
Everyone has got a screen in front of their face. The phone is easily accessible and this is a tool which is great because its interactive, it relates directly to them, but also it connects them to other people. I just love the user friendly way it is. It can take 30 seconds to do, but it might save lives.
Indigenous liaison officer