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Health & wellbeing

Sense of belonging directly related to tendency to self-harm

Research has found that young people are seven times more likely to self-harm if their sense o...

Caught in the middle: managing workload as a middle leader

Supporting colleagues and inspiring students is a huge part of the middle leader's role, but h...

YMCA launch new health and well-being school programme

The new programme hopes to support the health and well-being of young people

Why do primary schools need regular exercise breaks?

Physical education expert Jon Tait discusses the benefits of short bursts of physical activity...

Stop the bus! betty for schools has a fresh approach to PSHE

betty for schools is revolutionising PSHE education and normalising periods for both girls and...

How teachers can manage email overload and stress levels

An increasing source of stress for teachers is juggling email pressures and lesson preparatio...

Small steps can make a big difference

Living Streets encourages schools to introduce small changes which will make a huge difference...

Team betty brings period awareness to Festival of Education

The betty for schools team parks up at the Telegraph Festival of Education to highlight period...

82% of teachers say teens are coming to school hungry

British teens lose 51 minutes of learning per school day due to hunger reveals Kellogg's

How to use Sport Premium to fund active travel activities

Living Streets' WOW 2017/18 resources are on sale now

1/4 primary school children believe cheese comes from plants

Research from the British Nutrition Foundation has highlighted that more needs to be done to e...

4 in 10 teens bypass sugar ban

A new study finds that 4 in 10 teens buy sugary drinks during at lunch, despite a ban inside s...

Are your school staff suffering from stress?

Nicola Boyd, Operations Manager at Creditfix, explains how to identify and help stressed staff...

Why wooden playground equipment is superior

Craig Boyle from Infinite Playgrounds says that wooden playground is safer and more comfortabl...

Staying safe in the sun

Skincare product provider Deb has launched an education programme to warn children and parents...

Bright Futures Co-Principal joins health and wellbeing board

Indoor air pollution more harmful than outdoor

Pollutant levels indoors in the US are typically two to five times higher than outdoors, the E...

A lesson in affordable, cleaner heating

Remeha's James Porter looks at how ultra-low NOx condensing boilers can help schools protect t...

Student mental health and its effect on learning

Student stress is rising and some turn to tech to help says Dr Andres Fonseca, Consultant Psyc...

10 ways natural playgrounds benefit a child's development

Craig Boyle, from Infinite Playgrounds, explains why playgrounds should be built with natural ...

Oak Tree Academy add new security measure for pupils' safety

Governors at Oak Tree Academy are keen to improve pupils' safety and have installed a new secu...

New outdoor gym opens in Penkhull

Residents and students enjoy the Lottery funded equipment

Team GB Brownlee Brothers & Aldi help young people eat fresh

1.2 million young people to improve eating habits via educational programme, Get Set to Eat Fr...

New initiative tackles childhood obesity

Braintree district Council launches 'Livewell Child' initiative to fight childhood obesity

How Indoor Air Quality affects exam results

Andy Williams looks how Indoor Air Quality impacts exam results

Primary schools urged to take lead on family fitness

Pioneering health and wellbeing program Premier Transition aimed at pupils, parents and teache...

Almost a third of 11-16 year-olds have body image anxiety

Be Real Campaign launches Body Confidence Campaign Toolkit for Schools to tackle low body conf...

Get it off your chest, new service tells teachers

Teachers will be encouraged to talk about their problems to a qualified counsellor

Mental health issues in schools supported by new partnership

Leeds Beckett University and Stronger Minds CIC to train teachers on how to respond to mental ...

Should we teach primary school children about mental health?

Helen Jeys explains why it's important to help students cope with stressful situations from an...

Dyspraxic children anxious and downhearted, teachers say

New research shows children with dyspraxia suffer higher levels of emotional distress than the...

Project shows pupils benefits of outdoor learning

Pupils in Devon's schools are being encouraged to interact more with the natural environment

Nursing in Schools

School nurse workloads risk undermining essential support for children with long-term health c...

Book Corner: Mental Health Matters

Paula Nagel offers practical advice and case studies on mental health issues in primary school...

Schools to learn life-saving CPR

BHF encourage schools to register for free CPR training kits and take part in milestone event

Finding happiness in an uncertain world

Rosi Prescott, CEO of Central YMCA, says schools must start prioritising student wellbeing

Why are we so anxious about child anxiety?

Schools need to start conversations about mental health to free the stigma, says Barry Richard...

Government launches childhood obesity action plan

New strategy for tackling primary school children's health issues focuses on sugar and getting...

Boys increasingly worried about body image

New ad industry resources launched as new Credos research reveals half of secondary school boy...

Almost 75% of children want to be more active

Change4Life and Disney inspire pupils to get active ahead of the summer holidays