Given I’m not the expert on this, I spoke to a couple of brilliant people who know what they are talking about for my latest Metro piece.

Natasha Devon, MBE – an incredibly proactive mental health campaigner who writes for the Times Educational Supplement, and Claire Kelly, a director from the Mindfulness in Schools project.

The key thing I learnt here is that we are certainly not burdening children by talking about mental health – what Natasha and Claire propose has a much more positive effect.

Read the full article here

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