Teachers who have been given special training to deal with pupils’ mental health problems will make a “real difference to children’s lives”, Theresa May said.

Staff have begun to receive the training as part of the Prime Minister’s drive to tackle the “burning injustices” in society.

Over the next three years some 3,000 staff, covering every secondary school in England, will receive advice on how to deal with issues such as depression and anxiety, suicide and psychosis, self-harm and eating disorders.


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