Woodbridge School teachers learn mental health first aid

Woodbridge School teachers learn mental health first aid

Woodbridge School teachers learn mental health first aid

The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, wore a bespoke £2,100 ($A3820) green Eponine dress with £300 ($A545) LK Bennett boots while visiting Lavender Primary School in Enfield, north London, as part of a string of visits marking Children's Mental Health Week.

One activity the Lavender primary students participated in during Kate's visit was sharing items that make them feel happy.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Alperton Community School in support of Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week 2019 on February 05, 2019 in London, England. "Do you want to see it?"

"These are my children and this is my husband".

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Education Secretary Damian Hinds said the move comes as young people face new pressures from the modern world, including social media.

Project leader Dr Jessica Deighton said: "We know schools have a strong commitment to supporting children's mental health and wellbeing but have had little clear guidance about the best ways to approach this. We know from Place2Be's work in schools across the United Kingdom the importance of working not only with children and young people, but in partnership with teachers, parents, and the wider community to promote mental health and life-long resilience".

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She also revealed that Prince George likes to draw, and once picked up a piece of charcoal from the fireplace and insisted that he was going to make a drawing using it; that the family is learning to papier-mâché; and that she would like to take up tie-dying again.

Now in its fifth year, this year's Children's Mental Health week is based on the theme of "Healthy: Inside and Out" - focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.

"This is a photograph of my family", the Duchess of Cambridge told the young students.

The school and charity staff also couldn't help but gush over the duchess, saying she was very "engaging" and "wonderful".

Ms Zafirakou, who was awarded a million dollars (£766,000) in prize money and the 2018 Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, praised the royal visit to her school.

Rob Fleming, Minister of Education, said educators, students and parents have reported they need some help to better identify early warning signs and provide ongoing support to youth with mental health issues.

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