Suzanne works as a Behavioural Support Worker within a secondary school within the United Kingdom. She currently supports two pupils within the nurture room. She has become increasingly concerned about the behaviour of one of the pupils, Joshua, who has started to sit by himself in a corner, talking to himself and has become violent towards others, including staff. The staff have monitored him for a period. They were aware that there had been episodes of domestic violence within the family who were being monitored by social services. His class teacher Miss Smith has expressed to the SENCO that she has noticed quite a few incidents where he has just been sat talking to himself, and she feels that he may be experiencing a mental health condition. The SENCO has suggested that he be assessed and to take the results from this to bring in the relevant support services. Using the scenario above, explain the application of the Care Programme Approach in the context of children and young people’s mental health.