Pupils on the couch

4th December 2009 at 00:00

Six Cardiff primary schools have become the first in Wales to offer counselling services to pupils as part of an Assembly government pilot scheme. Under the scheme, run by charity The Place2Be, each school will have a dedicated counselling room with a team of up to six trained counsellors available three days a week. Support will also be available for parents and school staff.

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