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Peter Mulholland; Richard Parker – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
Increasing rates of mental health difficulties for young people in the UK are often described, though seldom from young people's perspective or viewpoint. The Schools NorthEast Healthy MindED Commission works towards supporting schools to understand and mitigate the factors affecting young people's mental health, and through doing so enable better…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Mental Health
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Alice Wignall; Cathy Atkinson; Philippa Grace – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
To develop positive learning environments, it is important that supporting mental health and wellbeing is a priority. Whole-school programmes are considered an effective way of developing provision in schools; however, poor implementation can limit the impact of such programmes, and there is a lack of clarity about the key factors affecting the…
Descriptors: Affordances, Barriers, Intervention, Mental Health
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Anne Sofie Borsch; An Verelst; Signe Smith Jervelund; Ilse Derluyn; Morten Skovdal – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
There is growing interest in the role of schools in supporting children facing adversity, including children with refugee and immigrant backgrounds. Based on six months of ethnographic fieldwork (December 2018 to June 2019) and interviews with teachers in two classes for adolescent newcomer refugee and immigrant learners in Denmark, this paper…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Refugees, Foreign Countries, School Role
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Sophie West; Louisa Shirley – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
The prevalence of mental health problems in school children has grown, especially during the pandemic, detrimentally impacting the lives of those affected. In the UK, primary school teachers and schools are well-placed to spot and support pupil mental health. This preliminary research completed during the first part of the COVID-19 pandemic,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary School Students
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Rebecca Kirkbride; Maria Livanou; Verity Longley; Susan Margaret Waring – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
The present study investigates how counsellors working with children and young people (CYP) perceive their professional identity, and how the 'Practitioner Manual' and BACP Competence Frameworks, commissioned by the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP; 2014/2019a), can contribute to the strengthening of CYP counsellor…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Counselors, Children, Youth
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Moira Hulme; Carrie Adamson; Dominic Griffiths – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
This study explores the views of young people attending within-school 'alternative' provision to support their return to mainstream classes. Q-methodology was used to explore pupil views about what helps and inhibits successful on-site 'reintegration'. Eighteen pupils aged 13-16 years with experience of attending school inclusion centres in three…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, At Risk Students, Academic Support Services
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Mark G. Harrison; Jacky King-Fai Cheung; Chloe Ka Yi Tam; Anna Susanne Cheng; Susanna Siu-Sze Yeung – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
School counselling is a well-established means of supporting the mental health of children. Counsellors are most effective when they collaborate with parents, so it is important that parents have a good understanding of and access to school counselling services. Despite this, little is known about parents' perceptions of counselling in Hong Kong…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parents, School Counseling, Parent Attitudes
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Emily Setty – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
Young people's perspectives on the potentialities of and problems with Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in England are well documented. This article shares insights from a co-design project conducted with young people and third-sector experts during 2020/21 which sought to identify and develop recommendations for schools regarding the design…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex Education, Interpersonal Relationship, Program Design
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Charlotte Helen Haaland Hancock – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
This study explores how teachers and students from culturally diverse upper secondary classrooms experienced the potential for enhanced belonging through the use of question cards from "New Citizens." The methods include the collection of self-reported reflection logs from teachers, a focus group interview with teachers and individual…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Secondary School Teachers, Student Diversity, Group Membership
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Dionysios Trikoilis – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
The most prevalent mental health challenges in teenagers are generalized anxiety disorder and depression. The (COVID-19) pandemic has added an extra negative effect on children's mental health. This study focuses on the investigation of a specific form of adolescent anxiety, i.e. test anxiety (TA). TA in adolescents is associated with mental and…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Test Anxiety, Foreign Countries, COVID-19
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Diahann Gallard – Pastoral Care in Education, 2024
This paper considers the topic of student wellbeing using the lens of a different type of support mechanism -- 'dog borrowing' -- which builds on prior research about emotion work and human-animal interactions but in the context of student transitions and pastoral care in higher education. This novel study was about the experiences of students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Student Adjustment, Well Being
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Geeson, Rebecca; Clarke, Emma – Pastoral Care in Education, 2023
This paper considers issues around identity for teaching assistants (TAs) in mainstream English primary schools. We discuss the concomitant problems TAs experience around role definition and role-creep as well as the challenges inherent in equivocally defining their evolving and flexible role. We used key themes drawn from the literature…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Assistants, Elementary Schools, Professional Identity
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Carter, Caron – Pastoral Care in Education, 2023
Friendship is of paramount importance to children's holistic well-being and development. Friendship often runs smoothly, but when it runs into difficulties this can be unsettling and time consuming, particularly after the lunchtime break. This article makes an original contribution by placing the lunchtime period under scrutiny and specifically…
Descriptors: Friendship, Peer Relationship, Young Children, Dining Facilities
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Brady, Bernadine; Silke, Charlotte; Hughes, Ben; McGovern, Jimmy – Pastoral Care in Education, 2023
The changing landscape of higher education and increased prevalence of mental health issues have placed pressure on universities to respond effectively to the needs of an increasingly diverse student body. Whilst higher education institutions provide support services to help students who are encountering difficulties, it often falls to fellow…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Empathy, Peer Influence, Resilience (Psychology)
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O'Driscoll, Dean; McAleese, Maria – Pastoral Care in Education, 2023
A growing body of work has begun to identify the benefits of self-compassion in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing for adolescents. Test anxiety is a form of anxiety elicited in response to examinations, which can negatively impact academic achievement and wellbeing. The current pilot study explored the effect of self-compassion on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, Test Anxiety, Altruism
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