Gyimah announces peer-mentoring plans for schools

Jess Brown
Monday, October 26, 2015

The government is ploughing ahead with plans that will see students support their peers on mental health issues, it has been confirmed.

DfE minister Sam Gyimah has said he wants to pursue peer-mentoring projects in schools. Image: Alex Deverill
DfE minister Sam Gyimah has said he wants to pursue peer-mentoring projects in schools. Image: Alex Deverill

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