Adolescent mental health: A systematic review on the effectiveness of school-based interventions

Source: Early Intervention Foundation

This new report on adolescent mental health is the most significant UK review of the evidence on supporting positive mental health in schools for at least a decade, and the first to focus squarely on what works in secondary schools to support pupils’ wellbeing during their critical teenage years. Drawing on evidence from 34 systematic reviews published since 2010 together with 97 primary studies published over the past three years, this evidence review provides a comprehensive and up-to-date summary of what works, for whom and under what circumstances.

You can download a summary of the report

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