If your school requires funding to support children with their emotional wellbeing /mental health needs, we would love to hear from you. So often, schools lack the vital funding and resources to promote emotional wellness, and we want to help as many funding applicants as possible to change that.

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We are delighted to announce our partnership with Teach Active.

We are delighted to announce our partnership with Teach Active.

We are thrilled and very excited to share the news that we have extended our professional partnerships with our great friends from Teach Active and Bounce Together and have attractive new offers available for schools during 2024.

Teach Active is an online resource which provides schools with plans and resources to deliver the maths and English curriculum through physical activity – improving attitudes and attainment to these core subjects, whilst also boosting physical and emotional well-being in the process.

Bee-lieve Foundation passionately believe active children do better and that Teach Active should be used in all schools and enjoyed by all children. To support schools who may feel the same, but do not have the finances available, Bee-lieve foundation will support schools to make a Teach Active subscription very affordable.


​Bounce Together is a fabulous assessment, monitoring and tracking package for emotional wellbeing and mental health in schools. Bounce allows teachers and school leaders to regularly monitor the emotional wellbeing of individuals or groups of pupils across the school. If you would like to know more about Bounce Together, please use the link below:

Schools can purchase a Bounce Together package through Bee-lieve Foundation at less than 50% of the published prices which is an amazing deal.

If your school would love to introduce Teach Active or Bounce Together, but your finances are tight, please get in touch with us.


You can apply now for a up to £1000 to spend on emotional wellbeing/mental health resources, delivery of early interventions, staff training or whole school teaching and/or assessment programmes. Before applying, please do check our eligibility criteria.

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Eligibility Criteria:

  • Your project must be for the benefit of pupils at a UK state-funded school (primary / secondary / specialist / PRU)
  • The school must have a Mental Health Lead in place to ensure funds are used effectively
  • You must be willing to measure impact and complete an impact report after six months
  • Funds will be spent on an evidence-informed early intervention or preventative measure to support well-being.
Eligibility Criteria

Examples of the kind of programmes we love to support include:

Preventative support for wellbeing:

  • Bounce Together
  • Emotional wellbeing/PSHE curriculum programmes
  • Self-regulation resources
  • Staff Training

Early Intervention programmes:

  • Drawing and Talking Therapy training
  • ELSA training
  • Nurture Groups
  • Sensory Rooms
  • CBT programmes

We are grateful for every application we receive, and carefully consider every one of them. If your application is successful, you’ll hear from us within three months.

We cannot do this without you