John Tomsett blogs on 'This much I know about a simple way to monitor our pupils’ mental health'

06 February 2017

John Tomsett, author of the recently published title This Much I Know About Mind Over Matter¦, has written a new blog post to coincide with this year™s Children™s Mental Health Week on the subject of how to better monitor pupils™ mental health in schools.

Click here to read the blog post and here to take a closer look at the book, in which John Tomsett explains how he manages the pressure of modern day state school headship in a climate where you are only as good as your last set of examination results “ a pressure which acutely affects staff and students too. He outlines his strategies for mitigating this pressure and turning the tide of students™ mental health problems.

Keep an eye on our Twitter page over the next few days too as we™re sharing sample pages of John™s book throughout the week.


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