Our press team can give you information about Place2Be's work and provide expert responses to news and statistics on children's and young people’s mental health.
Frequently asked questions
Our press team can help with:
- information about our work and campaigns
- expert spokespeople to comment on the latest developments in children's and young people’s mental health
- statistics from our work in hundreds of schools across England, Scotland and Wales
- guidance about our logo and brand
- information about our policy and public affairs work.
You can also take a look at our Children and young people's mental health statistics page for key statistics on children's mental health and how we help vulnerable young people through our school services.
We can comment on the following:
- counselling and mental health support for children and young people
- challenges in school (e.g. exams, bullying and social media)
- difficulties at home (e.g. parental separation and bereavement)
- mental health conditions (e.g. depression and anxiety)
- special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) (e.g. autism)
- supporting parents and carers to look after their child’s mental health
- supporting school staff (e.g. understanding behaviour and teacher stress)
- supporting school leaders (e.g. mental health strategies and safeguarding).
Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity and the UK’s leading school-based children’s mental health services provider. We provide support in schools and expert training to improve the emotional wellbeing of children, young people, parents and teachers.
Place2Be currently provides an embedded mental health service in 500 UK primary and secondary schools, supporting a school community of around 243,000 children and young people.
Read more about our work on Our approach page.
If you're looking for statistics on children's and young people's mental health, take a look at our Children and young people's mental health statistics page. There, you'll find:
- key statistics on children's mental health
- stats on the impact our school services have on children's and young people's mental health.
You can find more detailed information about our impact in our Impact report.
Our press team does not have the capacity to respond to requests from student journalists. However, you are welcome to use information from our website. Our Statistics and evidence and Children and young people's mental health statistics pages include key statistics about Place2Be's work.
You can find some of the latest research on children and young people's mental health in this news story on our blog.
News & blogs
Mental health leaders call for continued local funding for suicide prevention
The UK's leading mental health organisations are calling for the renewal of local suicide prevention funding.Read more
Place2Be responds to new Scottish Government mental health strategy
We respond to the Scottish Government’s new Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Scotland.Read more
Place2Be gives evidence to a new inquiry into school absences
Place2Be’s Head of Evaluation joined a roundtable on persistent absence as part of the Education Select Committee’s inquiry.Read more