Children and teenagers have been out of school longer for than ever before and returning to an environment that looks very different. The imminent return to school will bring with it excitement and purpose. Some children and teenagers will be looking forward to reconnecting with friends and may enjoy the structure and routine offered to them once again. For others, however, the experience will feel daunting and anxiety-provoking and the challenge will be experienced with trepidation and fear. With this in mind, clinical psychologist Dr Zoe Webb, who specialises working with children, teenagers and parents, shares 10 tips to help make this transition back to school after the coronavirus lockdown as smooth as possible.
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