There's a new scheme offering mental health support to Rutland's schools

It's hoped it can be a "blueprint" for other areas.

It's hoped a new scheme offering mental health support to Rutland's schools can be a "blueprint" for other areas.

The "Resilent Rutland" programme is being started with half a million pounds of lottery funding.

It'll see mental health professionals recruited to work in schools with the aim of producing a ground breaking new service.

Alexa Smith has experienced mental health problems and says there are particular pressures for young people.  

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