Monthly Archives: June 2020

Fatherhood = everyday stories of struggle and joy

No sooner has Fathers’ Day come and gone (June 21st) then we turn, the very next day, to marking International Fathers’ Mental Health Day (IFMHD). This day has now been up and running for the last few years. Like so many of these celebratory days I fear it may get overlooked amid the daily blizzard […]

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What’s causing the growth of poor mental health in young people? One Headteacher’s viewpoint

I’ve worked in Education for 30 years, first as a Geography teacher and then as Headteacher at an Independent school in Guernsey and over the last 3 years at The King’s School in Chester. Having taught and worked with hundreds of children over that time for me there is no doubt that mental health issues […]

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