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According to figures from the Office of National Statistics, 10% of children in Great Britain aged between 5 and 16 have a mental health problem, with 4% of children suffering from an emotional disorder such as anxiety or depression.
The problem for parents is that depression in children can be difficult to spot.
Below are links which you may find useful and a Mental Health report from Mrs Pollard who is one of our Higher Level Teaching Assistant, who is a qualified counsellor (level 2 and 3 in counselling skills CPCAB awarded).
|Emotional Wellbeing Sheet||DownloadPreview|
|Council launches virtual support hubs (002)||DownloadPreview|
|Comms from SENDIASS||DownloadPreview|
|Mutual aid South West Durham||DownloadPreview|
|Mutual Aid South East Durham||DownloadPreview|
|Mutual aid north durham||DownloadPreview|
|Mutual Aid East Durham Including Durham City||DownloadPreview|
|help for teenagers||DownloadPreview|
|teenagers - stress common thinkng patterns||DownloadPreview|
|Mental Health report||DownloadPreview|
|Hopeline Poster Middle PAPYRUS||DownloadPreview|
|Not just a cry for help||DownloadPreview|
|Coping with exams PAPYRUS||DownloadPreview|
|A parents guide to depression||DownloadPreview|