Watch ITV Central News

Thanks ITV Central for inviting me to speak about the mental health of our young generation tomorrow evening. As you all know this is an area that we all at Tappy Twins feels so passionate about. Let’s raise awareness again tomorrow. No child should struggle alone with the mental health. Together we can all make a difference!

Also thanks to the Jeremy Vine Show for inviting me on today, so sorry I couldn’t make it.

Another new school

End of term is upon us and what a way to finish. Yet another school for Tappy. We are so looking forward to working with you all and see you in September. Thanks for having us.

What a way to finish summer school term – 3 new schools today

With the end of summer term upon us, it is expected for things to wind down for the summer holidays. Not here though we are thrilled to have 3 new schools today in Gloucester and Birmingham. We are looking forward to working with you all.

Have a lovely summer everyone. A huge thanks to all of our schools across the country that have continually supported us over the past year. See you all in Autumn term.


Great Parental feedback

Well done Jules for this lovely parental feedback for all the hard work you have done. These kind words have just made our day thank you.

“I would like to thank you for all the work you’ve put in these last few weeks. You have helped her massively!”

Funding secured to help vulnerable kids


A huge thanks to the fabulous Heart of England and Wesleyan for just agreeing our applications. This will mean that we can reach vulnerable kids that would otherwise fall under the radar. So happy thank you so much.

Fab Day delivering Working with Challenging Behaviour Training

Such a good day today. We thoroughly enjoyed delivering our Working with Challenging Behaviour training today at RYAN Education Academy. Thanks for our lovely feedback.
See you all again on Friday!

 “Feel empowered to continue moving forward with the students” 

“Training was engaging, full of content and thought provoking” 

“Today’s training has been excellent, interactive and practical! The trainer engaged well with the entire team”


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