Children’s Mental Health Week: STEER shares what’s working in national schools to support student mental health
During children’s mental health this week, schools desperately want to know what they can do to support their children’s mental health. We are delighted to release the findings of what is working across schools from our latest national AS Tracking data.
Looking at 10,000 students, the data up to the end of December provides the clearest picture of how the pandemic has, and is continuing, to impact the mental health of the UK’s students. Report highlights include that mental health recovery for boys and girls is following different paths, and shows evidence of some practices which may be working more effectively in schools to support student mental health.
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TRACKING AND MITIGATING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF LOCKDOWN ON Y7-13 PUPILS (2)
STEER Education is one of the very few organisations in the UK which was in a position to both provide historical benchmark data, and to collect real-time data on student mental mental health, during lockdown.STEER’s historic 7-year AS Tracking database, gathered since 2013, has provided a high-quality benchmarking dataset for young people aged 8-18 on the impacts of lockdown.