The Duchess of Cambridge visited Place2Be School Leaders Forum

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The Duchess of Cambridge has a busy week. After last night’s dazzling appearance at Gala dinner, today Catherine attended the Place2Be school leader’s forum to hear how schools can tackle mental health issues.

The Duchess joined delegates at the forum as they consider the key issues on the role that schools can play in tackling mental health.

The Duchess of Cambridge visited Place2Be School Leaders Forum
Place2Be

Opening the Forum, The Duchess said: “Getting support to children at the very earliest stage helps improve their outcomes in later life.”

The Duchess of Cambridge visited Place2Be School Leaders Forum
Kensington Palace

She discussed her experience as a mother and said getting used to leaving my own child at the school gates, it’s clear to me that it takes a whole community to help raise a child. Whether we are school leaders, teachers, support staff or parents – we’re all in this together.

Place2Be provides in-school support and expert training for children’s mental health in primary and secondary schools. As per the palace, “championing early intervention school support for children’s mental health has long been a key priority for the Duchess”.

The Duchess of Cambridge visited Place2Be School Leaders Forum
Place2Be

Place2Be’s School Leaders Forum brings together senior leaders from Place2Be partner schools in the UK to share ideas, knowledge and practical insights. A line-up of expert speakers will consider how to provide practical support to children, young people and their families in the school environment. They discussed how interventions in the school environment can improve attitudes to learning, raise aspirations and nurture good mental health in children and young people, to give children the best possible start in life and achieve their full potential. This is the third School Leaders Forum, which this year is entitled “I’m Fine!”

A letter from The Duchess on her official letterhead was part of the forum programme today.

The Duchess of Cambridge visited Place2Be School Leaders Forum
Simon Perry

Coming to sartorial details, the expecting mother Catherine looked chic in Eloise Tunic Dress from GOAT.

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The plum wool simple, chic and timeless Eloise dress in a deep purple hue is a wardrobe must-have. A line-shaped with a high neckline decorated with shine pewter buttons the Eloise is perfect for teaming with flats for a more casual look or heels to dress up.

Duchess of Cambridge GOAT Eloise dress
GOAT Eloise dress

The dress is available in other hues also for £480.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore GOAT Eloise dress
GOAT Eloise dress

The Duchess paired her outfit with Tod’s Block Suede Pumps.

 

Duchess of Cambridge Tod’s Suede Pumps
Tod’s Suede Pumps

Cartier Ballon Bleu watch and

Prince William gifted Catherine Cartier Ballon Bleu de Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch after the birth of Prince George
Cartier Ballon Bleu de Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch

Mappin & Webb Empress earrings complimented her complete outfit.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Mappin & Webb Empress Earrings
Mappin & Webb Empress Earrings

The Duchess of Cambridge carried her black suede Mulberry clutch and again supported the poppy today.

Duchess of Cambridge Mulberry Bayswater clutch
Mulberry Bayswater clutch

 

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