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Last reviewed on 27 March 2018
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Self-harm is a sensitive issue, and it can be difficult to know how to support pupils at risk of self-injury. Have a look at guidance from a mental health charity and two of our associate experts on possible actions you can take, and see examples of risk assessments for pupils.

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