Mental Health in Schools: Special Report

Derren Hayes
Wednesday, June 26, 2019

As children's mental health needs increase, schools, charities and councils are working to develop new ways of supporting pupils' wellbeing through the curriculum and improve therapeutic interventions.

Schools, voluntary organisations and councils are working together to develop new ways of supporting pupils. Picture: HeadStart Newham
Schools, voluntary organisations and councils are working together to develop new ways of supporting pupils. Picture: HeadStart Newham

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