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Schools in Mind

Schools in Mind is a free network for education professionals which shares practical, academic and clinical expertise about mental health and wellbeing.

When you join the network, you'll get an email each month sharing:

  • free mental health resources

  • information about upcoming events and training

  • research into the mental health of children and young people in schools

  • opportunities to take part in programmes and interventions

  • opportunities to share your views on our work

As well as the monthly newsletter, Schools in Mind members can also join the Facebook group to discuss mental health with fellow educators.

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Anna Freud Learning Network

The Anna Freud Learning Network is a monthly e-newsletter that shares the latest research, resources and learning opportunities with individuals and organisations working to transform the mental health of children and young people. Sign up below:

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Early Years in Mind

Early Years in Mind is a free learning e-network and newsletter for early years staff and practitioners which offers termly updates on the latest advice, guidance and resources from Anna Freud in regards to the mental health and wellbeing of infants, their families and linked practitioners. Sign up below:

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Sign up to receive Anna Freud's Training and Events bi-monthly newsletter to hear about upcoming training, conferences and events. The newsletter is aimed at mental health practitioners, social workers, schools, early years and local authority staff and other professionals who work with children, young people, adults, and families across the UK and internationally. Subscribe to the Training and Events newsletter.

Anna Freud General Newsletter

The Anna Freud General Newsletter is our monthly e-newsletter with all the latest news, research, events and fundraising activities from Anna Freud.

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Mentally Healthy Schools newsletter

The Mentally Healthy Schools newsletter shares a toolkit of useful mental health resources each month with those working across primary, secondary and FE settings.

The resource toolkits are grouped around a different theme or awareness day relevant to education staff each month.

All the resources go through a quality assurance process to be included both on the Mentally Healthy Schools website and within the newsletter.

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National Centre for Family Hubs

Launched in May 2021, this network supports local authorities in setting up Family Hubs in their area. They contact their members quarterly.

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Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) newsletter

The Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) monthly newsletter provides regular updates about the work of CORC members/partners and information related to outcome measurement in mental health of children and young people. CORC is a membership organisation, a project of Anna Freud that collects and uses evidence to improve children and young people’s mental health. Members include public, voluntary and not-for-profit organisations, however anyone is welcome to subscribe to the newsletter for free.

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UK Trauma Council newsletter

The UK Trauma Council (UKTC) is a group of leading experts from across the four nations who bring together expertise in research, practice, policy and lived experience of childhood trauma. The UKTC is hosted by Anna Freud. 

The UKTC sends out termly updates to approximately 1,500 subscribers to inform them about their conferences, events and new resources.  The newsletter is managed by Helen Butlin, Programme Manager - UK Trauma Council,

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AMBIT newsletter/network

The AMBIT newsletter supports the AMBIT community of practice - connecting people interested in or implementing AMBIT around the world. The monthly newsletter is sent to approximately 700 subscribers from a range of different disciplines who are trained in, or are interested in, AMBIT and/or helping people who have multiple needs. 

The AMBIT newsletter is managed by Liz Cracknell and others within the AMBIT programme.  For enquiries, please contact Liz Cracknell, Joint Programme Lead for AMBIT, RMN & Systemic Practitioner,