25th Aug 2021
With the end of August comes that familiar ‘Back to School’ feeling. For some children they are brimming with excitement and ready to get back. For others this can feel quite a daunting time and can cause them nervousness, worry and anxiety.
We at BulliesOut recognise the issues and the worries so many children feel regarding the return to school and know how much it can upset parents to see their children suffering with these worries and concerns.
To assist, we have put together some of our top tips to help your child try and develop coping strategies to work through their worries. Rather than try and remove the worry or dismiss it, or try and ‘fix’ it for them, what is important is that we work with our children to empower them to find their own individual and unique ways to manage their anxiety. It will hold such benefit in the future if they can identify how to do this from a young age.
Written by Lucy Howard, BulliesOut Digital Communications Officer.
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