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Children's mental health and emotional well-being in primary schools / Maddie Burton.

By: Burton, Maddie.
Contributor(s): Levermore, Denisse ;Barrell, Rachel.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Learning Matters SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017Edition: 1st edition.Description: pages cm.ISBN: 9781473975798.DDC classification: 155.419
Contents:
1. Mental health and emotional well-being 2. Promoting a whole school approach 3. Children and young people's behaviour: what is being communicated and how should we respond? 4. Self-esteem 5. Bullying, social media and promoting resilience 6. The influence of family mental health 7. The need for inclusion 8. Who's looking after whom?
Summary: "The mental health and emotional wellbeing of children is fantastically important. It has a huge impact on learning and development and more and more, there is recognition of the importance of mental health for everyone. Despite this, many school staff feel overwhelmed and lack confidence when it comes to dealing with these issues in their classrooms. This new text is written for all those working in primary Read more
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1. Mental health and emotional well-being
2. Promoting a whole school approach
3. Children and young people's behaviour: what is being communicated and how should we respond?
4. Self-esteem
5. Bullying, social media and promoting resilience
6. The influence of family mental health
7. The need for inclusion
8. Who's looking after whom?


"The mental health and emotional wellbeing of children is fantastically important. It has a huge impact on learning and development and more and more, there is recognition of the importance of mental health for everyone. Despite this, many school staff feel overwhelmed and lack confidence when it comes to dealing with these issues in their classrooms. This new text is written for all those working in primary Read more

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