1 IN 10 – SEMH NEWS
1 IN 10 – SEMH News
Each issue of SEBDA’s newsletter
- provides information on SEMH issues
- includes a guest article on a specific theme
- provides information on conferences, resources and initiatiatives.
Issue 10 Spring 2023 Relational Policy
Issue 9 Autumn 2022 Lego Therapy
Issue 8 Spring 2022 Assessment by Formulation
Issue 7 Autumn 2021 Early Years
Issue 4 Autumn 2020 Self-esteem
Anxiety in Children and the Coronavirus Special coronavirus issue
Issue 3 Summer 2020 Coronavirus and trauma.
Issue 1 Autumn 2019 Behaviour Policies
The UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) and the Montessori approach
Why 1 IN 10 ?
One in ten school children have a diagnosable mental health condition. 50% of adult mental health problems exist before the age of 14. Some 70% of these will not receive the support needed. This is a growing crisis that calls for action. SEBDA is working to change this through supporting all those working with children and young people.
March 2023 Update
The latest data from NHS Digital suggests the current rate of mental disorder in children aged 7 to 16 years is nearer 1 in 6 (16.7%), with no sign of it reducing.
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