Our policy hub is home to our reports on children and young people's mental health policy.
What changes are needed to improve young people's eating disorder services?
Read our response to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee inquiry to find out what improvements are needed.
Our Response to the Consultation on the Ofsted Education Framework 2019
Ofsted opened a consultation period for people to submit their views on it's draft Education Framework published in January 2019. Here's the response we submitted to the consultation.
Sex, relationships and health education: what needs to be taught in schools?
Earlier this year, the Government published what they think should be included in the new Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education curriculum. Here's our response to the consultation.
Student Insights Report on Green Paper Proposals
Commissioned by the Department of Health and Social Care, we carried out engagement with young people to find out what they thought of the Government's Green Paper Proposals.
Our Response to the Inquiry of the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Mental Health carried out an inquiry on what progress has been made on the Government's Five Year Forward View for Mental Health. Here's our response.
Our View on the Government’s Green Paper
In December, the Government introduced a Green Paper with new proposals for children and young people’s mental health services. Here’s our response to the Government’s proposals.
Addressing Adversity Book
Evidence, insight and case studies from leading experts, clinicians, commissioners and frontline professionals to raise awareness about the impact of adversity and trauma on the mental health of young people
Children's Mental Health Funding: Where Is It Going?
In 2015, the Government committed to an extra £1.4 billion to CAMHS over five years. We have carried out a series of Freedom of Information requests to find out where it's going.