Our story

Place2Be is a national charity providing in-school emotional support to children and young people. Founded in 1994, we've grown from supporting a handful of schools to working with over 600 schools nationwide.

 

  • Why our work matters

    The need for Place2Be's services is acute and growing every day. The costs of not providing early mental health support are considerable: children suffer, costs to taxpayers rise and society loses the potential of another individual.

  • Children's Mental Health Week

  • Awards Overview

    Place2Be's work with children, parents and teachers has been widely recognised by a variety of awards over the years. We previously launched Place2Be's own awards - The Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Awards.

     

  • News

    Read the latest news and views from Place2Be

  • Blog

    Our Chief Executive, clinical practitioners, experts, advisors and Counsellors on Placement share their views and experiences about early intervention, children's mental health and counselling in schools.

  • Our Royal Patron

    HRH The Duchess of Cambridge is the Royal Patron of Place2Be. The Duchess' decision to support Place2Be is a reflection of her personal interest in and commitment to improving the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children in the UK.

  • Mission, vision and values

    Place2Be is passionate about providing a better future for children.

  • Our Team

    The Place2Be team are leaders in the field of children's mental health and well-being and have a wealth of experience in counselling, education, child psychiatry and philanthropy.

  • Our Partnerships

    Place2Be is proud to work in partnership with a range of organisations who share a common vision to enhance the wellbeing and prospects of children and their families.

  • Accounts & publications

    Latest annual accounts and impact publications.

  • The early years of Place2Be

    Find out about Place2Be's origins

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Jacob's story

Jacob's teacher was worried that he was withdrawn in class and suggested he went to see Place2Be

  
 
 
 
 
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