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The Talking Mental Health Project for Schools: Small words, big concepts
Miranda Wolpert, Charlotte Payne and Jaime Smith share the thinking behind their new animation for primary schools to help children understand and talk about mental health issues.
Centre Shines at Starfields
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families was front and centre at St Andrews University earlier this month. After our successful application to be the partner charity...
Teachers identify training gap in mental health
Primary school teachers in England say that they do not feel adequately trained to support children with mental health problems. The findings come in a YouGov online poll commissioned by...
Royal support for campaign to promote mental health in schools
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge is today launching You’re never too young to talk mental health, the new campaign by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families.
Centre announces new corporate supporter Jo Malone London
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families is proud to announce their new corporate supporter Jo Malone London.
Dean Stott going on manoeuvres with Family School.
Former special forces Frogman and prospective world record breaker Dean Stott stopped by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families as he continues to raise money...
Centre confirmed as partner charity of St Andrew’s Charity Fashion Show
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and families has been confirmed as the charity partner for the 2018 St Andrews Charity Fashion show.
Society for Psychotherapy Research UK & European Chapters 4th Joint conference
The Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) invites you to a joint conference hosted by UK & European Chapters. “Psychotherapy practice and research: Finding the common ground”, Wed...
AFNCCF receives Commendation from London homelessness Awards
Last month the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families was shortlisted for the London Homelessness Awards in recognition of the impact our early years service has had in sup...