Sutton Grammar School for Boys
Pigs May Fly
Duncan, Douglas, Jonny & Gautham
Purpose of StudentAid
Who? What? When? Where? Why?
Student aid is for teachers, to help them know if a child requires a certain form of medical
attention, such as an EpiPen, if the child has had and allergic reaction and immediately
requires help. We want to combat the time taken to save a child's life.
We also see potential for our app in schools specialising in helping children with special
Schools have 1000+ students, and no teacher can be expected to remember every
students medical history. If a student needs help, they need it fast, and our app will speed
up this process.
How can you keep track of the students medical problems?
Our app’s database can let you quickly find out what a student needs in a potentially life
or death situation.
Key Insight Statement
“It could really help someone if you can have an idea of their illness. There has to be a
quick way to access that data. It could potentially save their life.”
Our team, Pigs May Fly, is developing a mobile app to help teachers react quickly and
diagnose a problem, and potentially save a child’s life.
Teachers want it to be:
Simple and easy to use
Direct and fit for purpose
As far as we know, there aren’t any competitors with this app or similar on the market.
There are database apps, but none designed for teachers and use in schools. We are
therefore filling a unique gap in the market.
Our apps core features include:
A search bar to quickly find a student and their medical history.
A overview of a class, so you can plan lessons ahead and check if you need to take any
precautions (e.g. working with peanuts)
Wire key frames page one
This is the menu of our
wireframe, showing the basis
of our design and simplicity to
be as accessible as possible
Our business plan is to sell our app as a package for schools. This provides many benefits,
such as all the data being copied onto every device from the one model, which will save
from having 1000+ students being typed in on every teachers phone.
The price will vary, depending on the amount of teachers that require the app.