Teachers raise alarm over lack of mental health support in schools

Emily Harle
Thursday, April 6, 2023

Teachers are concerned over a lack of access to child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) in schools, with 92 per cent saying their school either has not enough or no access to provision.

Teachers say a lack of mental health services is a barrier to supporting pupil wellbeing. Picture: Daisy Daisy/Adobe Stock
Teachers say a lack of mental health services is a barrier to supporting pupil wellbeing. Picture: Daisy Daisy/Adobe Stock

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