Going back to school tomorrow after an extended break will be nerve-wracking for many children and parents alike. Families are not only faced with the usual struggles of getting their children back into a routine and organising their uniforms but now they have to contend with Covid-19 restrictions and re-establishing relationships with old friends. Many parents may be left feeling worried about how they can guide their children through the ‘new norm’ at school, from making sure they properly social distance to helping them catch up with school work. Femail has spoken to experts to get tips and advice for how parents can assist their children with navigating the changes in their new school lives. As children get used to the ‘new norm’ at school, it can also be a daunting time for parents who may be anxious about how they can best help their little ones adjust. Picture: Stock Navigating friendships Research conducted by communication company No Isolation - which aims to reduce loneliness and self isolation – found 76 per cent of parents and carers are worried that their children are suffering from loneliness as a result of lockdown. While children may be excited to socialise and move away from… Read full this story
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