Article from NSPCC Learning’s CASPAR (Current awareness for policy, practice and research)
The Rees Centre reports on the latest findings from the Co-SPACE study tracking children and young people’s mental health throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The report finds that for participating primary school aged children behavioural, emotional, and restless/attentional difficulties have generally decreased from July, throughout the summer holidays, and as children returned to school in September.
Read the news story: Return to school sees improvement in children’s mental health
Read the report: Changes in children mental health symptoms from March to October 2020