Q&A with Katie Thistleton: Place2Be ambassador answers children's questions
Place2Be ambassador Katie Thistleton has taken part in a video Q&A, answering questions submitted by pupils in Place2Be partner schools.
Pupils from Place2Be partner schools were invited to ask Katie questions, and she was so impressed by the questions she received. From questions about how's she's dealing with coronavirus, to questions about her career and her childhood, there were lots of questions for Katie to answer.
Katie, who has been an ambassador for Place2Be for many years now, rose to fame on CBBC and is now a DJ on BBC Radio 1.
Families and school staff can access advice and resources to support mental health and wellbeing at place2be.org.uk/coronavirus
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