5 Ways schools can help improve children's mental health at lunchtime
Many schools are very good at supporting children’s mental health. The Department for Education report entitled ‘Mental health and behaviour in schools' highlights the effectiveness of a good PSHE curriculum, the success of school-based counselling and peer mentoring.
But at lunchtime and breaktimes children’s mental health suffers because the environment is often hostile and scary and in complete contrast to the classroom which is usually very nurturing and calm.
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