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Head Lice Home > Childhood Illnesses > Head Lice

they are especially common in school age children who play and work closely together.  There is not much you

Sore and Sticky Eyes Home > Childhood Illnesses > Sore and Sticky Eyes

It is quite common for babies and children to get sticky and sore looking eyes at times. This can be caused by a few different things. Blocked tear ducts (very common in young babies) Viral or Bacterial Infection An allergic reaction (like in hay fever). Often sore or sticky eyes can be cared for at home until they clear and your child will not need to see a doctor. You do not need to keep your child off nursery or school because of this. Dive Deeper Blocked Tear Ducts It is common

Worms Home > Childhood Illnesses > Worms

. Keep reminding everyone to wash their hands. Your child can go to school during treatment. if not you will need to see your GP. Your child can go to school during treatment for ringworm

Childhood Illnesses Home > Childhood Illnesses

People's Covid-19 Vaccination School Age Immunisations

Sickness Bugs Home > Childhood Illnesses > Sickness Bugs

After a Bug The bug is often infectious to others so do not return to nursery, school or work until 48

Young Carers Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Young Carers

school, complete homework and enjoy time socialising with their friends or family. NHS England

Building Resilience Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Building Resilience

faster, reading a harder book, even talking to a new person at school. Ways to relax their bodies

Eating Disorders Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Eating Disorders

to them. They have experienced sexual abuse. They may be having difficulties at home or at school. Wearing baggy or unsuitable clothes to hide their weight loss. Avoiding PE at school where they may have. to speak to your child’s Head of Year or teacher, to see what support they can offer in school. You can

Supporting Children's Mental Health Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Supporting Children's Mental Health

Mental health is the way children think and feel about themselves and the world around them. Your child’s mental health is just as important as their physical health, particularly when it comes to dealing with stress, behaviour, and their school life. Not all mental health issues can be prevented, but you can take steps to help keep your child as mentally healthy as possible. The video session. to get your child into a routine which fits in with school or college. It's not always easy, but try

Teenage Brain Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Teenage Brain

 change and they cannot help it. Unfortunately it does not always fit in with school and family life