A set of jargon-busting guides that teach children about their rights on social media sites has been published.
Pupils who are showing early signs of anxiety, depression or self-harm will be able to receive specialist help at school.
Training would help teachers recognise when pupils need specialist help with mental health problems, according to the British Psychological Society.
Schools are recognising the relentless impact that social media and screen time have on the emotional and mental health of their students.
Despite numerous benefits, the digital world of social media and email can be hazardous to your wellbeing, says this senior school leader.
By measuring chronic absenteeism, education officials are looking beyond regular daily attendance rates to identify the students who are most at risk for falling behind academically and potentially dropping out of school.
Data show that despite growing attention to cyberbullying, most students say they still experience bullying in person.
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