Fears grow for children's mental health - but North East schools plan to lead the way in tackling it

Fears grow for children's mental health - but North East schools plan to lead the way in tackling it
 

With exam stress mounting and the ever-present pressures of social media, experts warn young people are increasingly at risk of developing serious mental health problems.
But now the North East will “pave the way” for the rest of the country as schools work together to make life better for students.
With a top national expert at the helm, a unique new partnership between the region’s educators aims to tackle head-on the unique challenges of maintaining youngsters’ mental well-being.
Professor Dame Sue Bailey, current chair of the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition and... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 25
Source: Sunday Sun
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