Schools and Mental Health
Response to ‘Children and Young People’s Mental - Role of Education Inquiry’4 May 2017,
The Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition, Partnership for Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools, and Fair Education Alliance respond the joint Inquiry into Children and Young People’s Mental Health – the Role of Education “ The joint Education and Health Select Committee report is...
Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition’s Submission to the Inquiry on the Role of Education in Children and Young People’s Mental Health14 March 2017,
We are the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition (CYPMHC). We bring together over 100 leading organisations from across England to form a powerful voice to campaign and influence policy on issues around children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing. This unified voice is...
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
Prime Minister's Plan to End the 'Hidden Injustice' of Mental Health9 January 2017,
Today in a speech to the Charity Commission, the Prime Minister set out a plan to end the “hidden injustice” of mental ill-health. Professor Dame Sue Bailey, Chair of the Children & Young People’s Mental Health Coalition (CYPMHC) said: “The first priority of any society must be the mental...
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Need a Tangible Commitment25 October 2016,
Letter in The Guardian, 24th October 2016 , from Prof Dame Sue Bailey, and Dr Pooky Knightsmith in response to article in which Secretary of State for Health, pledges to improve diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric conditions and put specialists in schools. Our letter welcomes this, but stresses...
Resilience and Results: easy print version4 April 2014,
This document is aimed at schools to help them understand the importance of supporting pupils' mental health and wellbeing, and what they can do within schools. Click here to download Resilience and Results easy print version Download Resilience and Results easy print version .
Resilience and Results: how to improve the emotional and mental wellbeing of children and young people in your school9 June 2012,
This document was produced to help schools understand the importance of supporting their pupils' emotional and mental wellbeing; what they can do within schools, and how they can work in partnership with other local agencies and commission additional support. Download Resilience and Results