BIG ISSUE: MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
A look at how mental health and well-being affects early years practitioners and young children.
Teachers feel over-worked and undervalued by school leaders and parents, who are a great source of anxiety, finds new research on teacher well-being.
There is not enough evidence to prove screen time is harmful to children, according to new guidance.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans to introduce a mental well-being service for children and young people from the age of five.
Girls are more worried about their appearance than boys, says a new report, which highlights an alarming trend in self-harm among young teenage girls.
New research reveals holiday clubs have a wider impact on child health and well-being than previously believed.
Plans to support children’s mental health in schools do not go far enough, child experts say.
One in four early years workers are considering leaving the sector due to stress and mental health problems, a major survey has revealed.
A well-being programme developed specially for pre-school children is expanding into nurseries across the country.
Children as young as three are being referred by nurseries and schools for professional support with their mental health, the NSPCC has learned.
The Government has come under fire from both the education and health select committees of MPs, who say that its flawed plans risk leaving hundreds of thousands...