Kate Middleton Leads Online School Assembly About Feeling 'a Little Bit Better' During Lockdown




“Being kind and considerate is a vital lesson for children at any time, but especially so in the current pandemic. We must encourage young people to talk about their feelings and to know that it’s normal to feel a bit anxious or upset right now," he said, adding that the royal's "Hold Still" initiative is a "fantastic way to get children engaging with their mental wellbeing as they think about what kindness means to them and how they can show it towards others.”

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The Mentally Healthy Schools site was launched two years ago and developed by leading children’s mental health charities The Anna Freud Centre (which manages the website), Young Minds and Place2Be. 

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