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Children's mental health charity providing in-school support & training for emotional wellbeing. We cannot offer support via Twitter. Part of
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TPA South Norwood Primary School 16h
Thank you Dianna from for delivering assemblies to our children on how to be a good friend here at South Norwood Primary School.
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Place2Be 16h
How can parents help children to calm down 😌 and cope with strong emotions? Here are 10 suggestions from our friends :
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Sarah Houghton 17h
Dr Niki Cooper talking to grammar school headteachers about ⁦⁩ in school model.
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GMEC SCN 22h
Debbie Simmons from tells guests at today's summit how the organisation played a role in the pilot project to deliver mental health services to schools in GM. She said the feedback has been good, with schools reporting the trial was "brilliantly delivered"
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Place2Be Oct 16
It can be scary for children to talk about their feelings – so having an adult in your school who you can trust is so important. That’s what is for.
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Place2Be Oct 15
Vulnerable children need support from professionals like Hugh, who completed our Postgraduate Diploma in 2012 & now runs his own private practice. Find out how you can start your own training journey & follow in Hugh’s footsteps ➡️
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Place2Be Oct 15
Have you managed to get a ballot place for ? 🏃 🏃🏿‍♀️Join Team , and help us provide vital support for children and young people! Get in touch with events@place2be.org.uk for more info
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ADHD Foundation Oct 14
Dr Paula Nagel addresses UK ADHD SEN & Mental Health Conference Nov 8-9 on Gov Green Paper role of schools in CYP Mental Health. Paula is Principal Educational Psych at Place2Be & author of ‘Mental Health Matters’ & ‘The Mental Health & Wellbeing Workout for teens’
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Place2Be Oct 14
Congratulations and huge thanks to all our amazing runners in the - including some of our friends from &
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Place2Be Oct 14
Thanks for your support Nathan!
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Place2Be Oct 14
Replying to @PROPERCORN
Huge thanks to for donating some fuel to keep our amazing runners going!
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Place2Be Oct 14
Today over 100 runners will be taking part in the for - raising vital awareness and funds for children's mental health. Good luck everyone! 👏👏👏
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Place2Be Oct 12
💡 Parents and carers: did you know that letting your child make small mistakes can actually help them to learn and build resilience?💡 Find out why:
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Place2Be Oct 12
On , 's Senior Clinical Consultant Dr Stephen Adams-Langley visited our partner to give a special talk on emotional wellbeing and psychological resilience
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Place2Be Oct 11
All girls and young women are different ♀ This , let’s remember to give them the space and time to explore their feelings and challenges on their own terms.
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Place2Be Oct 11
Thank you so much for the generous support! We really appreciate it
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Place2Be Oct 10
Young writers Leandro and Bolu have included some helpful advice in their ‘Anemotion’: “Keep calm. It’s alright to be gay.” This is a story about friendship, being yourself and dancing! 😌
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Evening Standard Oct 9
Ahead of tomorrow’s celebration of London’s most influential people at , in partnership with , take a look at the Changemakers transforming the capital for the better
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Place2Be Oct 10
This week has seen a flurry of new research on children & young people’s by , & . On , Dr Patrick Johnston, Director of Learning and Practice at recaps the key findings so far
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Place2Be Oct 10
We're absolutely loving this from children for . You can watch all 8 films 🎥 (and find out more about the Anemotions project with ) on our website:
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