Public sector cuts and "piecemeal" government policies are harming the health of children in England, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has warned.
Advocates of closer working between schools and mental health services outline the benefits it can bring.
The introduction of area-wide multi-agency inspections of special educational needs and disabilities services has highlighted the challenges of implementing system reforms while continuing to deliver quality provision.
PSHE education has in various forms been part of the National Curriculum for schools in the UK since 2000.
Leaders back calls from an expert working group for the creation of virtual mental health leads for children in care, but warn they must be sufficiently funded and have the power to ensure provision is put in place.
Personal, social, health and economic education has long been championed as key to teaching children essential life skills, and from 2019 all schools will be required to teach relationships and sex education.
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