More than a third of children feel their teachers do not talk enough about what to do if they are bullied at school, and yet almost two-thirds have come across bullying.
England's children's commissioner Anne Longfield has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme there should be "a presumption" among those working in the sector that all children in care should receive support for their mental health.
The NSPCC says "too many children" are struggling to access support despite Theresa May's pledge that mental health is a priority.
Google’s video service is filled with disturbing channels and pre-school-aimed videos such as dark Peppa Pig that ‘border on abuse’, says campaigner.
Senior officer suggests ‘lack of universal relationship and sex education’ is compounding problem as 17 offences are recorded every day
Ensuring platforms are completely accessible and that lessons are designed to play to a variety of individual students' strengths are key to lifting the tide for all students.
Schools need to use strategies to create a safe space to discuss important racial issues.
The Edmonds School District (WA) began implementing a suicide prevention program that teaches students when to tell an adult they're concerned about one of their friends.
An occupational therapist and author shares her method for helping kids with autism develop the abilities they need for school and life.
New research has unearthed a dramatic increase in the number of young children who have their own tablet device–42 percent compared to 1 percent in 2011.