As attitudes to mental health shift, schools are taking the wellbeing of their pupils much more seriously. All schools in England are required to provide lessons on health and wellbeing; in addition, most now have a mental health leadership role. Yet mental health is far more than the absence of illness – it also means having self-belief and the resilience to cope with stress and change. To teach such skills, staff must equip themselves and their workplaces with the procedures, understanding and confidence needed to monitor mental health, share concepts effectively and act appropriately if issues arise. Mental Health and Wellbeing in Secondary Education puts all the information they need at their fingertips – with guidance on creating a culture of wellbeing, warning signs to look out for, and overviews of how a range of common mental health and wellbeing problems can be identified and managed.