Secondary schools to be offered mental health training

Theresa May is expected to announce that secondary schools in Britain will be offered training on how to identify and help children who are suffering mental health issues.

The move comes amid rising concerns about cyber-bullying. The Prime Minister has, according to the Telegraph, vowed to tackle the stigma surrounding mental illness and to end the injustices by changing the way it is dealt with.

In a speech today, she is expected to announce measures to tackle mental health issues in classrooms, at work and in communities to prevent it from becoming "entrenched" in society.

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Flagship event at THORPE PARK ideal for STEM school trips

This event is designed to introduce students to the exciting world of STEM as well as showcase career paths to those that have a passion for these subjects. The event will deliver a mass variety of STEM related activities that will be delivered by Middlesex University including EEG workstations, Loco machines, robot selfie’s, Kinetic Mario, AR Sandbox, Physiology tests, Mind control and much much more.