"Over the last two years, William and Harry and I have been honored to take part in a national conversation on mental health through our Heads Together campaign", Kate said in a speech at Roe Green Junior School in London.
Mentally Healthy Schools' will be a free and easy to use website for schools across the country, which will include reliable and practical resources to improve awareness, knowledge and confidence in promoting and supporting pupils' mental health, according to Kensington Palace. Kate agreed to the initiative during a visit to a London primary school, whihc has been helping to trial the online portal coordinated and financed by the Duchess' Royal Foundation.
With the launch of Mentally Healthy Schools, every primary school in the United Kingdom will get free access to a website providing reliable and tested resources suitable for the classroom.
The Duchess, who is less than three months away from giving birth, showed off the famed pregnancy glow during the visit.
Content will be provided in four main areas- teaching resources, risks and protective factors, mental health needs, and "Whole School Approach" for school leaders.
"Because I think that's what she can see in terms of her kids, dropping them off to school, just how important those teachers are for her children".
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The Duchess of Cambridge is launching a new website to help children access better mental health support in school.
She may be married to the future King of England; but there are some unfortunate realities of modern life that even the Duchess of Cambridge can't avoid. Stepping out in a cornflower blue Sportmax coat and matching dress with navy heels, Middleton was greeted by local schoolchildren.
The website aims to build on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry's Heads Together campaign, which a year ago encouraged people to speak about their mental health problems or provide a sympathetic ear for someone with issues.
But don't panic - whoever she left the ring with kept it safe, as it was seen safely back on her left hand today when she visited youngsters at Roe Green Junior School to launch a programme that supports children's mental health at school.
The mental health and wellbeing of children is an issue close to the Duchess's heart.
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