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Impact and evidence

Impact and evidence

Find out about the difference we make in schools across the UK.

Our stories, research, evidence and annual review show how our work transforms lives.

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How we measure our impact

We collect information about the work we do and use it to evaluate our effectiveness so we can improve our services.

See how we measure our impact

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Statistics and evidence

Our support helps pupils, families and school staff become more mentally healthy – and saves society money.

Read our statistics and evidence

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Our stories

Children, young people, counsellors and school staff talk about the impact of our work.

Read our stories

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Our accounts and impact report

Take a look at Place2Be’s most recent accounts and annual review.

Read our accounts and impact report

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Mental health statistics

Read our statistics on children's and young people's mental health.

Take a look at our mental health stats

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Policy and public affairs

We use evidence and experience from our work to inform public policy across the UK. 

See how we inform public policy

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Our research projects

Learn about the important work our Research and Evaluation team do to greater our understanding of children and young people's mental health.

Discover our research projects

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Our NHS Quality Accounts

Every year we publish a Quality Account to show how we make sure our services are high-quality, evidence-based and clinically effective.

Read our NHS Quality Accounts

News & blogs

Award winning mezzo-soprano, composer and long-time Place2Be supporter Laura Wright smiling as she stands in front of a piano. Her hair is pulled back and she is wearing a cream shirt.

Laura Wright becomes a Place2Be Champion

Place2Be's newest Champion Laura Wright reflects on the impact of music on mental health and wellbeing.

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Place2Be welcomes cross-party commitment to expanding school mental health services

Last week, every major party in England made commitments to support children and young people’s mental health.

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Singer-songwriter Katie Melua standing with a group of pupils from Knightsbridge School in front of the stage at Battersea Arts Centre. Large orange and pink flowers have been placed on either side of the stage.

Arts & Minds Gala raises over £308,000 for children’s mental health

Nearly 200 guests came together for Place2Be's Arts & Minds gala dinner held at the Battersea Arts Centre.

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