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PSHEeducation

09/04/15
• In 2013, 80,000 children and young people in the UK were clinically depressed; 10% of these were under 10 years of age.*
• They also found that 290,000 children and young people in the UK had a diagnosed anxiety disorder, and one in three of these was under 10.
The Department for Education recognises that ‘in order to help their pupils succeed; schools have a role to play in supporting them to be resilient and mentally healthy…. Ofsted has highlighted that children and young people themselves say that they want to learn how to keep themselves emotionally healthy. Moreover schools have a duty to promote the wellbeing of their students.**

 
…time to defuse the ticking bomb?

Available Now:

Evening sessions on young people’s pressures for your parents and stress management sessions for your children/young people doing SATS, GCSE’s and A-Levels.

PSHEeducation is my business. It is all about children and young people being equipped to deal with the modern world.
What can I offer you?

• Experience: qualified class teacher of 10 years (QTS), long term PSHE lead teacher, post-graduate qualification in PSHE provision
• Bespoke Sessions: for your children, young people, staff and parents – whole school packages to small groups
• Value for money: free initial consultation, no hidden extra’s
• Quality: consistently positive feedback on all aspects of my work (see my testimonials)
• A wide range of subjects: Stress Management, Cyber Safety, Sex and Relationships, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Drugs and Alcohol, Self-Awareness.

Where can you find out more?

Feel free to email, call me or book a meeting to discuss your needs. Go to my other pages to learn more about me, my work and what people think of me.

*Source: Nuffield Foundation (2013) Social trends and mental health: Introducing the main findings. London: Nuffield Foundation. 
**Source: Public Health England and the Children & Young People’s Mental Health Coalition ‘Promoting children and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing