Any teacher knows that schools are emotionally-charged places. With large numbers of adolescents traversing the hazards of not only their schoolwork but also puberty, bullying and first relationships, it is hardly surprising that stress levels in students are at such high levels.

In the 8 June edition of Tes, Clare Erasmus, head of mental wellbeing at Brighton Hill School, argues that pop-up “safe spaces” could be the best way to support students’ wellbeing. Read more here.