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Are you planning to support Children’s Mental Health Week? We’d love you to share how you’re getting involved by adding yourself to our interactive map - Help us to inspire as many people as possible to celebrate !
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Lord Mayor's Appeal Jan 16
This read all about how your contribution to the Appeal will make a difference and help to create a
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Place2Be 11h
Replying to @DPCranbrook
So great to see you are planning! Please do add what you are up to onto our Children's Mental Health Week map! We'd love to hear all about it
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Place2Be Jan 16
Our school placements give mental health professionals the opportunity to gain valuable experience supporting children & young people. spoke to Ruth & Chris, 2 of our school-based counsellors, about why their Place2Be journey has been so rewarding
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Place2Be Jan 16
We work with who support our work with children and young people in school. They’ve just opened the for registration! Sign up today to get early bird discount - 25% off! Saturday 15 Sept
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Place2Be Jan 15
Our Chief Executive spoke to Pan European Networks: Government about ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of future generations - take a look! (p116)
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Place2Be Jan 15
Replying to @EWS_cgl
Thanks! The Art Room does not currently have any sites in Wales, and initially we will be piloting ways of integrating the two charities’ evidence-based programmes. Our evaluation will then inform any future developments.
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Place2Be Jan 12
Is your school ready for Children’s Mental Health Week 2018 (5-11 Feb)? More free resources are now available to help you prepare, including top tips, fundraising ideas, posters & certificates! Download them on the website
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Place2Be Jan 12
Today was delighted to welcome Sir Chris Wormald and Nigel Thompson to our Partner School to discuss school-based mental health provision
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Place2Be Jan 11
A whole school approach to mental health which includes support for staff members as well as pupils is vital for the wellbeing of the whole school community
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Place2Be Jan 11
Today we are announcing an exciting new merger with the which will help to extend support for pupils’ mental health and wellbeing. Find out more in our latest news story -
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Place2Be Jan 10
Today Partner School welcomed our Royal Patron HRH The Duchess of Cambridge to show her how they support children, families and the whole school community
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Kensington Palace Jan 10
The Duchess joins in with art activities and hears how the school is committed to working with parents, as they believe communication between home and school is vital.
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Kensington Palace Jan 10
What a lovely welcome from the pupils of Reach Academy this morning!
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Place2Be Jan 9
We’d like to wish our Royal Patron HRH The Duchess of Cambridge a very Happy Birthday and thank her for everything that she does to raise awareness of the importance of children and young people’s mental health
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Place2Be Jan 8
It can be hard for children and young people to focus in class when there’s trouble at home. Our mental health support helps them to be more resilient and effective learners. Find out more:
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Place2Be Jan 8
Our ambassador Lucy Alexander shares her son Felix’s story with , highlighting the vital importance of supporting children’s emotional wellbeing from as early as possible
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Place2Be Jan 5
Is there a right way to deal with in children? This blog from explains how parents and teachers can help them to manage their worries, rather than avoid difficult situations altogether.
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Place2Be Jan 4
Hi Hannah, thanks so much for getting in touch! Please contact us at press@place2be.org.uk with the details
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Place2Be Jan 4
Are you trying to kick a habit this year? to these top tips from ’s Bernadette for anyone taking steps to change:
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