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Call for pastoral staff to take part in a survey

The Regulating Emotions-Strengthening Adolescent Resilience (RE-STAR) research programme aims to cut the risk of adolescent depression, focusing on autistic and ADHD students. 

This research, conducted in partnership with Anna Freud and Place2Be, includes a national survey of school staff to build an understanding of priorities, enablers and barriers to supporting the mental health of students and staff. 

If you are an SLT member, such as a Designated Mental Health Lead or Head of Year 7-11, in a mainstream secondary school, please complete the 30-minute online survey.
Completing the survey will earn you a £10 e-voucher and will enter you in to a prize draw for a £100 e-voucher, as well as providing you with access to resources for supporting student mental health.

View the flyer below.

Flyer for Delphi Study. Text reads 'Call for school staff with pastoral role in mainstream secondary schools in England! A national survey of school actions to support the mental health of at-risk students.' Link to survey: