Providing children's mental health support in schools and beyond.

Our clinically trained mental health professionals believe in the integration of mental health expertise into the education environment. Peaces strives to offer a specialist service to support schools in supporting its students.

Our Service.

We have worked directly to improve children’s mental health and emotional development for over 20 years. Our team of professionals are perfectly equipped to fill in the service gaps that arise during the development of young people within schools. We aim to make the wellbeing of students and any mental health issues a core part of the school structure, to allow students to progress in an environment they are family with.

Peaces is here to provide a specialist school-based service that focuses on the improvement of student’s emotional progression in a safe and effective way, whilst also supporting teachers within the school.

Our Service.

We have worked directly to improve children’s mental health and emotional development for over 20 years. Our team of professionals are perfectly equipped to fill in the service gaps that arise during the development of young people within schools. We aim to make the wellbeing of students and any mental health issues a core part of the school structure, to allow students to progress in an environment they are familiar with.

Peaces is here to provide a specialist school-based service that focuses on the improvement of student’s emotional progression in a safe and effective way, whilst also supporting teachers within the school.

Our Process.

1. Initial meeting with us to discuss your concerns around the young person within your school.

2. We will assign one of our clinicians to your school who will meet with the young person to carry out an assessment.

3. We provide a report to you and the wider team with a proposed plan on how best to work with the young person and progress.

4. We begin work with the young person whilst supporting teachers within the school.

5. We provide regular progress assessments and set achievable targets to work on with the young person and teachers.

“Mr Rhodes has positive and collaborative relationships with staff and quickly establishes positive relationships with the young people who are referred to him. He is professional and reliable, upholding the values and drivers of the academy. The unique nature of his role necessitates maintaining a balance between the young person’s right to confidentiality and the paramountcy of safeguarding their wellbeing. Information has always been shared with the utmost appropriateness and discretion.”

Nicole Dempsey
Assistant Vice President
Dixons Trinity Academy

“Kate Dutton provides a professional, analytical and empathetic support for students with a wide range of unidentified and often unsupported needs. Kate’s work gives a theoretical insight into the difficulties for our students and this in turn means that we can provide appropriate support for them both inside the classroom and through high quality interventions.”

Gemma O’Meara
Strategic Leader for SEN
Dixons Cottingley Academy

Rachel has quickly become an integral member of Eldwick Primary’s Inclusion Team. Working closely with pupils, families and staff her knowledge and experience have been invaluable in positively impacting pupils’ outcomes. Whether giving guidance to parents and carers, delivering intervention to pupils or CPD to staff she is always professional, going above and beyond to make a real difference. Her passion and love for her work is clear to see. I only wish we could employ her more than one day a week!

Rachel Sharp
Deputy Headteacher
Eldwick Primary School. 

Joanne’s quiet manner and clear communication has enabled her to build effective working relationships with our students, all of whom have and Education and Health Care Plan. Joanne’s broad knowledge has provided insights for staff on student behaviour, which has strengthened their confidence when working with individual students. Students have told us they feel respected by Joanne, and staff and parents report that the students have more self-confidence.

Helen Manyanya
Deputy Principal
Lighthouse School

“Mr Rhodes has positive and collaborative relationships with staff and quickly establishes positive relationships with the young people who are referred to him. He is professional and reliable, upholding the values and drivers of the academy. The unique nature of his role necessitates maintaining a balance between the young person’s right to confidentiality and the paramountcy of safeguarding their wellbeing. Information has always been shared with the utmost appropriateness and discretion.”

Nicole Dempsey
Assistant Vice President
Dixons Trinity Academy
“Kate Dutton provides a professional, analytical and empathetic support for students with a wide range of unidentified and often unsupported needs. Kate’s work gives a theoretical insight into the difficulties for our students and this in turn means that we can provide appropriate support for them both inside the classroom and through high quality interventions.”

Gemma O'Meara
Strategic Leader for SEN
Dixons Cottingley Academy
"Rachel has quickly become an integral member of Eldwick Primary's Inclusion Team. Working closely with pupils, families and staff her knowledge and experience have been invaluable in positively impacting pupils' outcomes. Whether giving guidance to parents and carers, delivering intervention to pupils or CPD to staff she is always professional, going above and beyond to make a real difference. Her passion and love for her work is clear to see. I only wish we could employ her more than one day a week!"

Rachel Sharp
Deputy Headteacher
Eldwick Primary School.
"Joanne’s quiet manner and clear communication has enabled her to build effective working relationships with our students, all of whom have and Education and Health Care Plan. Joanne’s broad knowledge has provided insights for staff on student behaviour, which has strengthened their confidence when working with individual students. Students have told us they feel respected by Joanne, and staff and parents report that the students have more self-confidence."

Helen Manyanya
Deputy Principal
Lighthouse School
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