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Written Answers — Department of Health: Grenfell Tower: Mental Health Services (18 Sep 2017)

Jackie Doyle-Price: ...on people’s doors and visiting hotels. This work is supported by CNWL clinical management team. CNWL are also working with a number of bereavement support organisations including CRUSE and Place2Be for children. Additional support is provided by general practitioners, nurses and existing mental health services with additional sessions from a range of mental health providers led by...

Scottish Parliament: Health (18 Jan 2017)

Alex Cole-Hamilton: ...of their adolescent lives on child and adolescent mental health services waiting lists or who have been turned away from tier 4 beds due to short staffing. Upstream interventions such as Place2Be, which is delivering amazing early interventions on mental health in schools, live a hand-to-mouth existence. Put simply, the country needs a step change in our approach to mental health, which is...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health Education (29 Sep 2016)

Miles Briggs: ...progress in meeting that commitment has been very slow. A lot of good work is already being done in the voluntary sector to offer mental health education and support to our young people. I commend Place2Be, which is working with primary schools in some of Edinburgh’s most disadvantaged communities to offer therapeutic and emotional support to pupils and their families. Today’s debate...

Mindfulness in Schools — [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (6 Sep 2016)

Edward Timpson: that they do not have that confidence. Our voluntary and community sector grants programme has allowed us to support schools and teachers by working with the likes of the Anna Freud Centre and Place2Be, which develop really good programmes that enrich teachers’ knowledge, promote mental health education throughout the whole school and offer targeted support for those who need it....

Written Answers — Department for Education: Mental Health: Children (10 Dec 2015)

Sam Gyimah: ...range of support across the country to children and young people with mental health issues. These include projects to promote positive mental health in schools with organisations such as MIND and Place2Be.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Mental Health (30 Nov 2015)

Sam Gyimah: ...range of support across the country to children and young people with mental health issues. These include projects to promote positive mental health in schools with organisations such as MIND and Place2Be, and new resources for parents on MindEd.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Mental Health Services (26 Oct 2015)

Nicky Morgan: ...also like to mention that this year, for the first time, the Department for Education included just under £5 million in our voluntary and community sector grants for organisations such as Mind and Place2Be and for putting new resources for parents on the MindEd website.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Topical Questions (26 Oct 2015)

Nicky Morgan: ...project, and I would certainly be happy to look into that issue if my hon. Friend writes to us with more details. I was recently at Upton Cross primary school in West Ham, where the charity Place2Be is working with the school to provide a similar service offering spaces where children can share their experiences.

Mental Health Services in Schools and Colleges — Question for Short Debate (9 Jul 2015)

Baroness Evans of Bowes Park: ...has spoken about her own personal commitment to improving the mental health of children and young people. Last week she was at Upton Cross Primary School in Newham, looking at the work it does with Place2Be, one of the 17 voluntary organisations that are benefiting from nearly £5 million that the department is providing this year to support mental health projects. Place2Be works to...

Mental Health: Young People — Question for Short Debate (30 Jun 2015)

Baroness Walmsley: ...about it since March? Many schools, of course, are not waiting for government to catch up. They have counsellors, anti-bullying programmes and partnerships with excellent organisations, such as Place2Be, which does wonderful work in schools at a very moderate cost. However, it is not easy for hard-pressed head teachers to find a room for them to work in and the small amount of money to...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (12 Mar 2015)

Richard Simpson: .... I hope that some of the new money will be applied to tiers 1 and 2 of the child and adolescent mental health services to support interventions such as perinatal attachment work and groups such as Place2Be in primary schools where there is significant deprivation. That would help to reduce the growing demand on CAMHS at tiers 3 and 4, and support some of the 6,000 children whose referrals...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health (4 Mar 2015)

Malcolm Chisholm: when we return to the Mental Health (Scotland) Bill next week, as progress seems to have stalled. The preventative agenda is clearly important, involving early intervention and projects such as Place2Be, which operates in Forthview primary school in my constituency, as well as educational psychologists, which we debated recently. The issue that I highlighted at health questions is also...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health (6 Jan 2015)

Richard Simpson: ...they will reduce demand. In the last two quarters, referrals to CAMHS increased hugely and they will continue to do so unless lower-tier services are improved. For example, the recent spread of the Place2Be service from the cluster of Niddrie primary schools in Edinburgh to more deprived areas in East Lothian and Glasgow is welcome, as are home start, the positive parenting programme and...

[Mr Dai Havard in the Chair] — Social Economy (2 Sep 2014)

Brooks Newmark: solutions to seemingly intractable social problems and transforming the way we deliver public services to this country. The right hon. Lady also mentioned three other great examples, including Place2Be and—was it Born Back?

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (24 Jun 2014)

Health: Children’s and adolescent mental health and CAMHS. 2:30 pm; Room 8, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: ...Upsall, Children’s Commissioning Manager for Derbyshire County Council; Jane Lunt, Head of Quality and Chief Nurse, Liverpool CCG, Liverpool CAMHS Partnership, Catherine Roche, Chief Executive, Place2Be and Anthony Smythe, Director, The BB Group/BeatBullying

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health (2 Apr 2014)

Malcolm Chisholm: We should also remember that we need services that are available for all young people. In that regard, the Place2Be project is really good, because it is available to all children in primary schools where it applies—for example, in Forthview primary school in my constituency. I hope that that work can be generally extended. The second half of my speech will disappear—obviously, I was...

Schools: Bad Behaviour — Question (25 Mar 2014)

Lord Nash: very experienced in this area from his role as a primary school head in Liverpool for 20 years. Counselling is very important and there are some excellent counselling organisations, such as Place2Be. Our advice is clear that schools should be aware that when counselling is needed or mental health services need to be involved, they should involve other agencies. Counselling of course...

Children: Racist and Islamophobic Bullying — Question (29 Jan 2014)

Lord Nash: ...adequately but otherwise the school can involve a specialist charity or organisation which can provide counselling or mentoring, such as Kidscape or Beat Bullying, which my department funds, or Place2Be, a very good counselling charity.

Schools: Bullying — Motion to Take Note (20 Jun 2013)

Lord Nash: ...people in the UK. The Department for Education has a two-year grant with Better Outcomes and there are some excellent voluntary and community organisations. My noble friend Lady Walmsley mentioned Place2Be, an organisation I know well and been involved with for a number of years. The right reverend Prelate the Bishop of Truro made an important point regarding advocacy for young carers and...

Scottish Parliament: Mental Health Strategy (24 Jan 2013)

Richard Simpson: ...home care work. Although the early years strategy is very welcome—initiatives such as triple P and incredible years are excellent—we also need to work in the primary schools. For example, Place2Be provides a talking point in schools for pupils who feel under stress. That has been highly successful in Niddrie in Edinburgh and has now been extended to East Lothian and Glasgow, where it...

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