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In the news: Schools calling emergency services over pupil mental health (11/11/2015)

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Last updated on 11 November 2015
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School leaders have said they are having to phone the police or ambulance services to get help for pupils with mental health problems, as local support is not available. The NAHT union has called for research into how much schools are spending on mental health services.

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