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6 ways we’re supporting children and young people with their mental health

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Schools and colleges play an important role in promoting and supporting the mental health and wellbeing of students through creating safe, calm and supportive learning environments. Student voice is key to schools and colleges having an effective approach to wellbeing …

How we’re helping look after the mental health of children and young people

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Schools and colleges play an important role in promoting and supporting the positive mental health and wellbeing of pupils and students.   To help those working with children understand the bigger picture when it comes to children’s wellbeing, we’ve published our …

How we’re supporting university students with their mental health

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Going to university is a fun and exciting time for most students – but it comes with unique challenges and stresses. We believe that all students’ mental health and wellbeing should be properly supported during their time at university. There …

An open letter from Education Secretary Gavin Williamson to parents, carers and guardians

Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has written an open letter to parents, carers and guardians following the news that all primary schools, secondary secondary schools, special and alternative provision schools, colleges and further education settings will be opening to all pupils …

Thursday 14 March 2019: Maths anxiety, Higher Education Principles and period poverty

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  Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at media stories on maths anxiety, the publication of our new Higher Education Principles, and the new provision announced in the Spring Statement to tackle period poverty in schools.