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New award for schools tackling mental health efficiently.

New award for schools tackling mental health efficiently.

Schools that effectively tackle mental health issues among pupils and staff will be eligible for the new award

Schools deemed to be ensuring the wellbeing of staff and pupils will be eligible for a new mental health quality kitemark.

The scheme, run by the first university centre for mental health in schools, already has 20 participating schools. The centre, which is run by the school of education at Leeds Beckett University, says another 300 schools have expressed interest.

Participating schools are first called on to complete a self-assessment, examining the extent to which they are taking a whole-school approach to mental health.

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