On the front-line: Teachers as active observers of pupils’ mental health

@inproceedings{Roth2008OnTF,
  title={On the front-line: Teachers as active observers of pupils’ mental health},
  author={Despina M. Roth{\`i} and Gerard Leavey and Ron Best},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract There is a growing expectation that schoolteachers should not only act as educators by delivering the national curriculum, but also be more involved as tier one mental health professionals. In this role they are expected to assume some responsibility in the early identification of children's mental health problems and to refer these children for appropriate support as required [NHS Health Advisory Service. (1995). Together we stand : The commissioning, role and management of child and… CONTINUE READING

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