Top tips for teachers to support good mental health and wellbeing

Most of us know that physical health and mental wellbeing are closely related and that paying attention to things like sleep, diet, movement and exercise are important. As teachers, we advise students, colleagues, friends and family on such matters but how often do we practice what we preach? Teachers mental health and wellbeing: From knowing […]

We are a training provider on the DfE assured list! Don’t miss the chance to apply for a DfE grant to fund your senior mental health lead training programme

We are a training provider on the DfE assured list! Don't miss the chance to apply for a DfE grant to fund your senior mental health lead training programme

We are proud to announce that, as the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools in partnership with Leeds Beckett University, our Senior Mental Health Lead Training programmes have been approved to be a part of the Department for Education Approved Training Course Provider Framework. All state schools and colleges in England will […]

GCSE results and the correlation with children and young people’s mental health

GCSE results and the correlation with children and young people's mental health

GCSE results day 2021 is today and according to The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) study, published in the BMJ Open Journal, mental health at ages 11-14 was independently linked to educational success at age 16. The study analysed responses from 1,100 children aged 11-14 from the Understanding Society study and used the National […]

Consultation: The views from senior leaders on mental health in schools and colleges

Working with our partners at Leeds Beckett University, as the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools, we consulted with highly engaged senior leads for mental health from 12 schools to inform the House of Commons Select Committee evaluation of the government’s implementation of mental health strategy. Here we share their views: The […]