School introduces alpacas on its playing field so that pupils can reduce their stress levels by petting them
We can't let Mental Health Awareness Week be overshadowed by the royal wedding, says Tes' mental health columnist
Number of children referred by schools for mental health treatment up by a third in three years
Grammars get money to expand, MPs criticise plan for child mental health and the dark side of edu-Twitter revealed
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Former education secretary: character education is sometimes left to chance in secondaries
MPs warn about a lack of support for FE and apprenticeship training providers in government Green Paper on mental health
Early years, targeting vulnerable groups and monitoring could improve the system, say MPs in response to government plan
Concerns about a lack of targeted support are raised by MPs in response to mental health plans
Tes mental health columnist Natasha Devon offers her advice on how to make the most out of your PSHE lessons
We need to stop fixating on pupils' weight and ensure that all school food has nutritional value, writes Natasha Devon
Teaching comes with massive pressures – but it can also be a salve for a busy mind, writes one head of history
A large number of pupils underperform because of attitudinal issues – and it's not easy to spot who, says Greg Watson
The Tes team talk about the week's hottest education issues, including Sir David Carter's resignation and Sats stress
Survey finds teachers feel Sats stress more than pupils
Experiencing stressful moments helps children to embrace the 'richness of life', says the incoming chair of HMC
Expert says half of adult mental health problems are established by 14
The benefits of providing mental health counselling in primary schools are worth six times the cost, says report
Training applications in Scotland have hit an all-time low after bursaries were ended
Teaching is suffering a recruitment crisis – and the media's portrayal of teachers isn't helping, writes Natasha Devon
The pressures caused by changes to curriculum and exams are exacerbating mental health problems in schools, say staff
''Tis the season for exam anxiety – but we need to remind our pupils that it's completely normal to feel stressed'
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Survey reveals that only 9 per cent of college students feel...
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Almost half of secondary staff say pupils have been left...