Mental wellbeing

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A Guide to understanding self-injury

Self Harm - Updated


Self-injury typically refers to a variety of behaviours in which an individual intentionally inflicts harm to his or her body without suicidal intent (ISSS, 2007).



Urgent, Support Agencies, On Line Support - Updated


17 rules to protect my child

Classroom ideas, Support Agencies, On Line Support - Updated

A helpful blog posting listing ways to protect your child online - and how to avoid some mistakes!

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10 Steps to Happiness

Classroom ideas, Whole School Approach - Updated

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