DfE to utilise technology in school mental health drive

Jess Brown
Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Internet and mobile phone technology will be central to government plans for young people to provide mental health support for their peers in school, it has emerged.

The Department for Education says it wants to hear from young people about how they can be helped to provide peer support in schools. Picture: Newscast Online
The Department for Education says it wants to hear from young people about how they can be helped to provide peer support in schools. Picture: Newscast Online

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