Rise in calls to Childline for mental health issues
Charities are calling for improved mental health provision in schools as new figures reveal more than 50,000 children and young people contacted Childline last year seeking help for serious mental health problems. The helpline has seen a 36% rise over four years in youngsters needing help for depression and other disorders, while there was also a rise in the number of youngsters feeling suicidal. Read more

Charities' vital role in supporting children's mental health
Working with younger children helps you understand how important it is to address wellbeing in primary schools and alleviate pressure on struggling NHS services.  Read more

source navca 12.03.17