Experts say NHS services are failing those in need of help as admissions nearly double in six years.
Children making disclosures about problems at home won’t always be direct about it – sometimes a face-to-face chat isn’t the best way to glean information.
Research also reveals that most trainees would not know how to address mental health needs in pupils.
The UK government has unveiled a tool it says can accurately detect jihadist content and block it from being viewed.
The REC is warning that a shortage of religious education teachers could contribute to religious stereotyping and discrimination, leaving pupils at risk of becoming ignorant, or bigoted.
There are warning signs that can help distinguish a child going through adolescence and a child who is on the verge of taking his/her life.
In a shift to technology, local schools have begun using social media, where most young people have a presence and share much of their lives, to pinpoint potential problems before they start.
When young people feel seen, heard, and respected, they will want to engage.
Could anyone have stopped this? That's one of the biggest questions for schools and educators as the nation takes in the facts of the shooting in Parkland, Fla., that has left 17 dead and 23 injured.
While health experts say counselling after a tragedy is vital, too many schools don’t have anywhere near enough health professionals to help students before the catastrophes.s