Mental Health in Schools

It’s slightly overwhelming to think that about 10% of children or adolescents have some sort of mental health issue. And mental health isn’t just a personal problem; it affects families, communities and society in general. In school terms, that’s roughly three pupils in every classroom, and I’m sure many teachers know only too well howContinue reading “Mental Health in Schools”

Half-Term, Full Lockdown

As cases of coronavirus begin to rise again I’m beginning to get a horrible feeling of déjà vu. I’m assuming nobody wants to go back to a full lockdown, and although we’re currently being assured that this won’t happen there are rumblings of a ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown during half-term – anyone else having flashbacks atContinue reading “Half-Term, Full Lockdown”