Chartered College of Teaching contributes to report on need for greater mental health training for teachers

The Chartered College of Teaching has contributed to a new report looking at mental health training available to teachers and leaders. ‘Teachers: The forgotten health workforce’ finds that schools and teachers, who have not received adequate training, are buckling under… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching contributes to report on need for greater mental health training for teachers

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Schools as congregations of compassion: Rebuilding children’s mental wellbeing  

Barry Carpenter CBE, Professor of Mental Health in Education, Oxford Brookes University. As I reflect on the impact of Children’s Mental Health Week 2022, I am struck by the power of the week’s key messages. From the Children’s Commissioner reporting… Continue Reading Schools as congregations of compassion: Rebuilding children’s mental wellbeing  

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Chartered College of Teaching comments on new mental health support

Following the government’s announcement of £17 million in mental health funding for schools and colleges, Dame Alison Peacock has commented: “Even before the pandemic, teachers were telling us about the increasing role they were being asked to play in supporting… Continue Reading Chartered College of Teaching comments on new mental health support

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