Half-term watch: 'Was this the speech that lost the DfE’s mental health tsar her job?'

Last month campaigner Natasha Devon was unceremoniously removed as the Department for Education's mental health tsar. She claimed that it was at least in part down to her public criticism of government policy. This was her last speech before the decision was made...

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Watch Natasha Devon speaking at the HMC (Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference) conference on mental health in schools last month, before her removal as the DfE mental health champion:

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