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Book review: Born to Be Awesome

The author of this book works in the music and performing arts industry and is a former anorexic, volunteer worker and an enthusiastic advocate...

Book Review: On the Fringes: Preventing exclusion in schools through inclusive,...

Jackie Ward had extensive experience as a teacher, SENCO and deputy head in the primary sector before setting up her own consultancy. Here, she...

Book review : Mental Health Education: Building Good Foundations

Author: S. GarnerPublisher: A Speechmark Book (Routledge)ISBN: 978-1-138-38632-7£24.99 The author is an education consultant and trainer who has also written a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)...

Losing it in lockdown?

‘there are a whole range of familiar strategies that we can use to change our mental state and make us more resilient.’

Children’s needs are not being met by mental health system

Progress in the provision of mental health services for childrendoes not mask the “chasm between what children need andwhat is being provided”, says the...

What about me?

Andrew Wright and Tony Clifford look at how schools can develop attachment aware practices to meet the needs of all pupils

Meeting the mental health challenge

Early support is crucial to enable children with social, emotional and mental health needs to flourish, writes Eileen Sheerin

Improving care for mental health

John Williams outlines four principles at the heart of a major review of the Mental Health Act

Driving attainment for deaf children

Ann Bradbury looks at what schools can do to stop deaf pupils falling ever further behind their hearing peers

Online safety in a shifting world

Mark Bentley reveals important changes in the way children are behaving and the threats they are facing online