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Over 50% of mental illnesses start before the age of 14 and 1 in 10 children and young people has a mental health disorder

Schools are on the frontline when it comes to supporting children and young people's mental wellbeing.  Staff working in schools are ideally placed to recognise and respond to early signs of mental health difficulties in children and young people.  The below series of films, featuring some of the Centre's child mental health experts, aim to provide help and guidance to teachers on a range of issues including low mood, anxiety and self-harm.

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  • Looked after children: Awareness

    Dr. Sheila Redfern gives advice to school staff who may be working with looked after children.

  • Low Mood

    Dr. Peter Fuggle, explains how school staff can support a child or young person who may be experiencing low mood.

  • Measuring Pupil Wellbeing

    Nick Tait from CORC discusses how schools can measure pupil wellbeing, and considerations that should be taken into account when doing so.

  • Measuring Wellbeing in Schools

    Dr. Jessica Deighton, discusses why and how schools can measure the wellbeing of their pupils and students.

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools Resources

    Jaime Smith gives advice to anyone working in a school setting about resources that support CYP mental health and wellbeing.

  • Mentalization

    Dr. Peter Fuggle speaks about what mentalization is, and how the principle can be applied to staff working in schools.

  • Personal Experience of a Young Champion

    Michelle, one of the Centre's Young Champions, talks about her personal experiences and how schools may have been able to help more.

  • Self Harm

    Dr. Peter Fuggle gives advice to school staff who may be working with a child they suspect is self-harming.

  • Sleep Problems

    Emma Morris gives advice to school staff about helping young people who may be experiencing sleep problems.

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