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Teenage Abuse

Abuse is surprisingly common in teenage relationships. In a recent Home Office study, one out of every three girls interviewed said they’d been sexually assaulted by a boyfriend. In the same survey, 25 per cent of girls and 18 per cent of boys said they’d been h...
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NEW variable pricing changes will help schools support families to pay for school meals!

New changes to school meal pricing guidelines will enable schools will help schools be more creative with how they price school meals to support families that need it most. The School Food Trust have developed guidance on to implement variable pricing to increas...
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Change4life resources for schools

If you haven’t yet signed up to the change4life campaign click here to sign up now and encourage all your pupils and families to sign up too! They have just released a fantastic cook book ‘supermeals’ which you can order for free. They have also recently launche...
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Leeds Health and Wellbeing service support Jamie's School Food Manifesto!

Jamie Oliver is campaigning for the government to support school meals and food education. He believes that all schools including academies should be covered by the mandetory nutritional standards and the government should pledge more money to support school meals.
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Party In The Park

Change4Life Be Healthy! Prize draw Party in the Park - the winner's story!!!

Jack Reid from Wigton Moor Primary School was one of the young leaders who submitted their evaluation journey at the end of their change4life Be Healthy! 6 week challenge period. As a result, he was one of the lucky winners of the Party in the Park VIP backstage...
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Watching TV

Excessive TV in childhood linked to long-term antisocial behaviour

Children and adolescents who watch a lot of television are more likely to manifest antisocial and criminal behaviour when they become adults, according to a new University of Otago, New Zealand, study published online in the US journal Pediatrics.
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What professionals should know about eating disorders

An article in The Guardian which covers some key points professionals should know when dealing with a young person living with and recovering from an eating disorder
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History of violence in young men strongly associated with a higher risk of mental illness

Gang violence cause of high levels of mental disorders," reports BBC online. This headline comes from a study that surveyed more than 4,500 young men in Britain. More than a quarter of these men reported being violent but were not involved in gangs, while 108 (a...
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YoungMinds to kick-start mass movement for change in mental health

YoungMinds, the UK’s leading children and young people’s mental health charity, is kick-starting a mass movement for change that will lead to improved mental health for children and young people across the UK.
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Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) continues to grow

TaMHS has managed to secure further funding to support 13 more clusters in the city on the back of continued effective evaluations and outcomes. The 2 year, match funded, programme will start in the following clusters from September - November 2103:
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