Provide a safe space
for emotional regulation
Let students communicate
comfortably, openly, and without
fear of stigma, so they can voice
their needs, passions, and successes.
Better understand your
students as individuals
Improve quality of relationships
between educators and students,
increase academic success, and
decrease problem behavior.
YouHue builds consistency
Easily make social and
emotional learning (SEL) a
part of everyday classroom life.
How students feel has a big impact on how they behave, how they learn, and how they connect with others.
Pause, identify and reflect on
how they are feeling — connecting
causes and effects of their emotions.
Put words around
Develop emotional vocabulary so students can express themselves with ease and confidence.
Gain perspective. Work to eliminate or avoid certain triggers — focusing on how best to respond next time.
Feelings our students express
The math test was reaaalllyyyyyy hard and I struggled a lot. I need more help in math. Hopefully I can get better.
I kept helping my mum out because she is sick and I couldn’t go fast because of my leg but she thanked me and gave me an air hug! 💕
I’m sad because at lunch there was this kid and I was trying to play hand ball but he kept on bullying me and my friends and kept hitting us with a ball.
Today I am happy we are changing desks because I have been sitting in the same seat for like 2 months! And I can also talk to other people and make new friends.
I have so much pressure on me to do well and my mother is very sick. It would be good if I could just press pause for a moment.
I am feeling calm because when I woke up I felt fresh and when I got out of the car my best friend gave me a great big book to read and reading makes me relaxed and calm.
I don’t like how the classroom is so untidy and disgusting, it looks a bit untidy!
My mum is coming home from her holiday and I can’t wait to see her and its my bestfriend’s party on friday and we are having pizza and I love pizza and we are having a sleepover and we are making rainbow cake!
I feel tired I didn’t get much sleep last night I don’t know why I sometimes struggle to fall asleep.
A better understanding of your classroom creates a place where students grow, flourish and thrive.
Support student learning
Make it easy, using insights, to understand
when and why students feel the way they do.
What our educators say?
It has helped our students start to use effective language in order to talk about their feelings. Children in our school are much more open about their feelings and are becoming better at identifying and labeling feelings and talk about them openly.
Year 3 teacher
YouHue gives me a better understanding of my students as individuals. Knowing their moods and what they feel without embarrassing them as somewhere shy to speak.
It has allowed us to track our children emotionally and socially. It has flagged up when children are not coping or feeling negative towards remote learning, and when tension is running high in the home. This has allowed us to make planned intervention in the forms of emails, telephone calls and live video calls to support students and their families – no matter where in the world they are.