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charlie mackesy Feb 7
The last drawing for Children’s Mental Health Week.
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Apart of Me Feb 9
A powerful image showing the number of children who have lost their lives to suicide has gone viral again this
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Mr Power Feb 8
As part of , pupils took part in a ‘Genius Hour’ where they each shared a skill with their class. One pupil in Y4 brought in her keyboard & spent her lunchtime teaching her friend so they could duet together. They were so proud of their work!
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🇬🇧🍻вєαя🍻🇬🇧™ Feb 13
These shoes represent the 226 schoolchildren who lost their life to suicide in 2017 in the UK. The smallest of gestures at these difficult times can have the largest impact. Please follow my friends and help make a difference. .
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Barnardo’s Feb 9
“I feel brave when I know I have people to rely on” – watch these little ones from tell you what gives them self-confidence!
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Playing Out Feb 10
An age old equation that seems to have got lost: safe space outside close to home + freedom to play = children being physically active + happiness
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The Wildlife Trusts Feb 8
It’s - did you know that 79% of children feel more confident in themselves after spending time connecting with nature? Get outside and find a wild place near you this weekend️ 🌳🌳🤸‍♂️🤸‍♀️>>
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Kayleigh Jackson Feb 9
This is why is so vital. It shouldn’t be a week, it should be a focus every day of the year. These shoes on the steps of St George's Hall represent the 226 school children who lost their lives to suicide in 2017. 226 children too many.
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Sands Feb 9
Children might find it difficult to express their feelings when a baby dies. It's helpful to maintain routine and provide plenty of opportunities to ask questions. It is common for children to express their feelings through play, drawing or painting.
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Gower Initiative for Modern Money Studies Feb 16
The photo shows 226 pairs of shoes - representing the number of schoolchildren to take their own lives in 2017.
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Cafcass Feb 7
To end here’s a quote from one of our young people to take you into the weekend:
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Child Development Institute Feb 11
Thank you, Robert for sharing your personal experiences, which can encourage others to be . How many emotions have you felt on any given day?
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AWP Mental Health Feb 9
This we're reminding young people and their families that you can access support through the online counselling and emotional well-being platform Kooth
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SulphurAndWhite Feb 9
At the end of , we celebrate the incredible work of the , supporters of , a film centred around the need to help children. On release March 6:
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Towergate Insurance Feb 7
Don’t miss out on your chance to win a place on the teach.breathe course! This introduction to mindfulness for teachers can help to support children in your school. Like, Retweet AND Comment for your chance to win!
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BBC Children in Need Feb 9
To mark we highlighted essential work your donations fund in this area 💛 Thanks to you, Claire, a Suicide Prevention Adviser for HOPELINEUK at , is able to help children & young people facing suicidal thoughts
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Richard Bennett Feb 7
I spoke to BBC’s Bring the Noise about how music can help...it is mostly paraphrasing Paul Nordoff. They kindly wrote it up alongside some practical suggestions of their own for teachers in schools
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BookTrust Feb 7
might be coming to an end, but it's always so important that we help young people talk about how they're feeling. These books could kick-start those conversations: Illustration: Hannah Cumming
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Magic Breakfast Feb 7
Teachers often tell us how breakfast at school benefits those children who struggle socially, or have come from a stressful home situation. A calm start to the day.
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ChildhoodBereavement Feb 7
Support from the surviving parent is one of the most critical factors in securing bereaved children's mental health. It's fitting that today's High Court ruling that grieving children's needs don't differ by their parents' marital status comes in
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