Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision - a joint response9 March 2018,
A response from the Partnership for Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools, the Fair Education Alliance and the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition About this response Membership of these three coalitions includes leading charities, professional and provider associations from across...
Key Principles for Improving Children and Young People’s Mental Health in Schools and Colleges22 February 2017,
We believe that the following three principles need to be in place in order to build resilient organisations, as well as resilient people within them. To implement these key principles, schools and colleges need to be adequately resourced and supported in order to play their part within a wider system, to support pupil’s mental health and wellbeing. Better Balance between Wellbeing and Attainment Better Training and Support for School Staff on Mental Health Better Support for Children and Young People When Needed
There is Still Time for Transformation Plans to Deliver the Ambitions of ‘Future in Mind’2 September 2016,
Such is the variation in children’s and young people’s mental health services that it doesn’t come as a surprise some areas have robust plans, whereas others need further work. The criteria used by the Education Policy Institute to review local transformation plans was quite rigorous. While that is...