School pupils with mental health issues ‘reluctant to receive peer mentoring’


Many young people experiencing stress, anxiety, or mental health problems are reluctant to receive support from their peers at school, a report into a government-backed pilot initiative has found.

Pupils were reluctant to use peer mentoring support, research shows. Picture: Adobe Stock
Pupils were reluctant to use peer mentoring support, research shows. Picture: Adobe Stock

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