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Middleton recently paid a visit to Lavender Primary School in Enfield, London as part of Children's Mental Health Week. I am so proud to work with the Ministry of Education to promote positive mental health and wellness.
Compulsory health education will be introduced in all schools, with children from primary-school age introduced gradually to issues relating to mental health, well-being and happiness.
The trials are created to explore the impact of different approaches at school, in recognition of the important role teachers can play in recognizing changes in pupils' behavior or mood. "Do you want to see it?" she asked before she revealed a photograph of her family - the official Cambridge Family portrait used on their Christmas card past year.
"I'm incredibly excited by this initiative, which will help young people better understand their mental health and identify when they need to ask for help sooner". I believe that increased mindfulness is extremely beneficial and I hope that this trial proves successful and opens up mindfulness classes to more schools.
Late past year, Former Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill that approved $30 million for school mental health services in MI schools. It will also go toward enhancing existing mental wellness programs for students, parents and educators, assist with launching new ones and professional development opportunities provincewide.
The funding will help more than 1,500 schools with students who are not getting the mental health help that they require, reports Crain's Detroit Business.
Kate Middleton has two royal engagements today [February 5] as part of Children's Mental Health Week.
Labour-led Milton Keynes Council is set to provide extra funding to improve access for local children to mental health services. "They are soaking up every minute they can".
Approximately $5 million of the funds will be used to hire additional licensed mental health care providers in adolescent health centers.