Children’s mental health being threatened by mounting financial pressures on families, says Centre for Mental Health report
New research states that financial pressures on parents, overcrowded housing and lack of safe green space can have a negative impact children’s mental health and behaviour.
A Million & Me set out to explore how ordinary, trusted relationships can help children who are beginning to struggle with their mental wellbeing.
Juliet unpacks some of our key findings from BBC Children in Need’s programme working with 8-13 year olds
Everyday conversations about mental health can help support children’s wellbeing, says research on BBC Children in Need’s A Million & Me programme
Reliable information and consistent relationships with trusted adults can help children to learn about their mental health
Huong considers how the latest NHS digital data should shape priorities for children’s mental health
Kadra reflects on the current rhetoric around behaviour in schools, and urges those in policy and practice to re-imagine their approach
Mental health support for children and young people must be rapidly expanded to meet growing levels of need, says Centre for Mental Health
Sarah Hughes responds to new findings from NHS Digital which show an increase in mental health difficulties among young people
Children’s mental health and wellbeing in rural, remote and isolated areas
More support needed for children’s mental health in rural areas, says Centre for Mental Health report
Children living in remote rural and coastal communities in the UK are at risk of missing out on mental health support