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Wishaw schools leading the way to tackle poor mental health

Daily Record Tuesday, 9 July 2019
Wishaw schools leading the way to tackle poor mental healthColtness High and St Aidan's High staff and pupils are training to improve mental health for young people in the town.
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Only 1 in 3 children who have diagnosable mental health problems are accessing NHS support. A new programme launched in England is designed to give teachers and members of staff at over 20,000 schools training in supporting their students with mental health problems. The programme is designed to...

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