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Your Child's Well Being Beyond the Classroom

"What positive and negative impact does social media have on young people?"   

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This week the secondary school has been focusing on student mental health linked for World Mental Health Day.

Also, a number of students PSHE lessons have been focusing on social media and the effects it has on young people.

This short, 2 minute article , highlights both the positive and negative impacts of social media on children's mental health while highlighting the fact that there is more research that needs to be done in this ever growing area.

Ultimately caregivers need to be mindful of how much time children, and especially young adults, spend online to help ensure a healthy balance.    


Kari Ellis
Assistant Head Pastoral / KS3&4 Humanities