Anxiety severely restricted the rational thinking skills of this blogger. Here, they suggest how you can ensure this doesn’t happen to young people today.
An extract from a report of a recent mental health discussion dinner, hosted by SSAT. Part of our Children’s Mental Health Week 2016 series.
Ben Baines, assistant principal at SSAT member school The Duston School, highlights the importance of PE in improving the mental health of young people.
SSAT are proud to support Children’s Mental Health Week 2016. The theme of the week this year is ‘building resilience’.
As an academy trust, you could set up your own borough-wide mental health service for young people and families, writes Rachel Nash of Maltby Academy.
At the SSAT National CConference 2015, Professor Tanya Byron talked about the issues of mental health for young people and the challenges faced.
Time to Change provide free resources for schools who are under prepared to deal with the mental health challenges facing young people. Get involved.