Supporting Mental Health in Primary and Early Years
A Practice-Based Approach
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Emphasising not just mental health needs, but also the importance of creating a culture of inclusion for all pupils so that all pupils develop high self-esteem, emotional intelligence, social confidence and resilience, this book provides:
an introduction to key theories that relate to mental health;
an overview of the current context in relation to mental health in schools;
guidance on the identification of pupils with mental health needs;
evidence-based research on interventions to support pupils with mental health needs;
an assessment tool which will support teachers in identifying needs and planning subsequent interventions;
case studies of practice from a primary school and early years setting.
Based on action research which has been implemented in a primary school, this important text is valuable reading for students on teacher training courses, and practising primary school teachers.
|ISBNs||9781526459367, 9781526459350, 9781526482730, 1526482738|
|Number of Pages||176|