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Implementing a Whole School Approach to Mental Health

1 in 6 school-aged children has a mental health problem, and there are escalating concerns nationwide around issues such as anxiety, self-harm and panic attacks. In this video, Lauren Pinney, Head of PSHE and Student Wellbeing at Hove Park School discusses how a whole school approach to mental health has benefitted both staff and student wellbeing.

Mental Health Support with YouthFed

YouthFed is a youth charity that supports young people between the ages of 10 and 29, helping to improve their lives. Their vision is to help create a society where all young people are able to achieve their full potential. They shared Mark's story with us.

Supporting Young People with Mental Health Issues

Youth Fed is a youth charity that supports over 5,000 young people between the ages of 10 and 29, helping to improve the lives of young people. They shared Amy's story with us.

Mental Health Services: Taking a Preventative Approach to Local Mental Health Services and Support

Councillor Ed Davie, Cabinet Member for Children & Young People at Lambeth Council, spoke about the importance of preventative measures when providing local mental health support at the Mental Health Services conference 2021.

Roehampton Bystander Intervention Project – Implementation, Impact, and Learning Opportunities

Dr Aleata Alstad-Calkins, Director of Student Services at the University of Roehampton shares a case study.

Tackling Inequalities In The Education System While Homeschooling

Professor Sonia Blandford discussed with us the inequalities that have emerged from homeschooling.

Encouraging Children to Share Worries: How Can Schools Help?

Dani Worthington, Local Education Leader, shares her advice for looking after children’s mental health while they are away from school.

Preventable Causes of Mental Distress and Illness: With Renuka Jeyarajah-Dent OBE & Geraldine Strathdee CBE

Renuka Jeyarajah-Dent OBE & Geraldine Strathdee CBE discuss preventable causes of mental illness and distress and share their own valuable insights and experiences.

Providing Effective Relationships Education: Giving Children the Best Chance of Enjoying Healthy Relationships

We spoke to Professor Emma Bond and Professor Andy Phippen of the NSPCC, discussing how can we provide children and young people with the relationships education they need to enjoy healthy and fulfilling relationships.

Inspiring a Whole School Approach to Mental Health

We spoke to Vicky Abbott, the Whole School Approach Lead and Health Programme Advisor at Public Health Dorset, about how a whole school approach to mental health can support students.
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