Children and young people
Mental health in schools: parents' perspectives10 October 2018,
Two parents give their thoughts on why better mental health education is needed in schools.
Mental health in schools: we need to make it count10 October 2018, Mark Rowland
Our Chief Executive Mark Rowland explains our new campaign about mental health in schools and why we're doing it.
1 in 10 children have no one to talk to in school when they are worried or sad10 October 2018,
Our new survey provides further evidence of the crisis in children's mental health.
A quarter of Scottish parents say academic pressure is causing their children to feel stressed10 October 2018,
New statistics on children's mental health as we launch our campaign, calling on ministers to put mental health at the heart of the school curriculum or face a growing crisis.
Make it Count: Guide for pupils10 October 2018
This guide is for children and young people, It has some advice on how to keep yourself mentally healthy and what to do if you're struggling. Staying mentally healthy is just as important as staying physically healthy.
Make it Count: Guide for teachers10 October 2018
A guide for teachers to help children better understand, protect and sustain their mental health. The guide includes advice for ensuring classrooms and the whole school is mentally healthy.
Make it Count: policy briefing10 October 2018
Our policy briefing for our Make it Count campaign, including our five key policy asks.
Make it Count: policy briefing (Scotland)10 October 2018
Our policy briefing for our Make it Count campaign, including our five key policy asks in Scotland.
Sharon's story: getting the right support for my son
Sharon, a mum Aberdeenshire tells us about her struggles to get support for her eight year old son and why mental health in schools matters.
Frances' story: How support can save lives
Frances explains how our Make it Count campaign could prevent tragedies like that of her son Conor, who took his own life earlier this year.