Is low self-esteem affecting your child’s potential?
Take our free 5-minute check and get a report about your child’s self-esteem with action recommendations.
Why is it so important to check your child’s esteem?
A study by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies has concluded that instances of low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression amongst children are at their highest levels in a decade.
With half of all cases of adult mental illness starting by the age of 14, prevention and early support for children are vital.
The good news is that our tools can help you to identify and bridge any cracks in self-esteem and self-confidence, along with several other vital qualities.
Child esteem check – a free resource for teachers & parents
Check your child’s self-esteem for free
For teacher and parent use. Your answers to the 36 questions about your child will help you to identify signs of low self-esteem and confidence.
Get your free report with action suggestions
You’ll immediately receive a personalised report about your child’s self-esteem level with further recommended actions.
Consider whether your child needs help or not
Now you have the choice to involve your child and guide them along their journey toward higher self-esteem and raised aspirations.
Take steps to safe guard your child’s future
Our enlightening, easy-to-use tools and personal growth plans equip you to support your child every step of the way.
How the self-esteem check helps teachers and parents
In just a few minutes you will gain critical insight into a pupil’s emotional well-being.
The questions you answer about your child will get you thinking about them in a way you may not have done before.
Why is it vital to check your child’s esteem?
Believing in yourself sounds like a simple enough task, but most of us know it’s not so easy putting it into practice, especially for children. Unkind words, comparing themselves unfavourably to others, not feeling liked or supported, doubting their abilities – these can all shatter a child’s sense of self-worth, and it can take years – decades even – to recover.
Institutions who have supported our work
“After completing the Mindscreen programme with the first group, I had a queue of students at my door asking if they could be in the next group!”
Jan Woods, Thomas Deacon Academy
“Pupils reported increased confidence, increased planning and communication skills and higher aspirations”
Kevin Lowden, University of Glasgow
“A really valuable resource for any child, especially those with low self-esteem or who need help with their confidence.”
Erica Knight, parent
We are proud to provide you with the framework and know-how to grow children’s self-worth.
Founder Gav Devereux says, “Mindscreen offers teachers and parents a unique early intervention pathway. Above all, our programme helps adults to raise their children’s self-esteem and unlock their potential through building their self-awareness, self-confidence, and self-belief.”