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Head teachers worried about pupils' mental health

20th July 2015

Survey finds head teachers more concerned with pupils' mental health.

Management support service, The Key, conducted the survey of 1,180 school leaders. Two-thirds of head teachers named mental health as their top concern.

Domestic violence and cyberbullying were the next biggest concerns, named by 58% and 55% of heads respectively.

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Article Information

Title: Head teachers worried about pupils' mental health
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 27070
Date Added: 20th Jul 2015

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