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The government has announced it will work with the PSHE Association to help schools improve how they teach pupils about mental health and banish the stigma which can leave young people with mental health problems feeling isolated.

It will also set out a blueprint for schools to use when delivering their counselling services, to make sure the advice given meet the needs of the people it is intended to support.

The government issued advice earlier this year on how to identify and support pupils whose behaviour suggests they may have underlying mental health problems so that fewer pupils will be wrongly labelled trouble makers.

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