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Taking Drugs Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Taking Drugs

running during the school holidays. It’s understandable that you may want to give your child more freedom. happy with. For example you could explain why a good bedtime routine on school nights is good for them

Keeping Children Safe Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Keeping Children Safe

and you are not cross with them Act to keep your child safe Seek advice – you can contact School. difficulty Have low self esteem Not attending school regularly Unlimited, unsupervised internet

Teenage Sleep Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Teenage Sleep

As children transition into their teenage years, they are typically more likely to struggle with their sleep. This is because they experience physical and hormonal changes that can make them want to go to sleep later at night. This is fine by itself, but added to the expectation to get up at the same time each morning for school or work, it can create sleep difficulties. Sleep plays an important role in: Processing our emotions Making sure we have energy Improving ability to concentrate

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

Learning A Skill Home > Occupational Therapy For Parents & Carers > Learning, Playing & Exploring > Skills Building > Learning A Skill

by step. They will use these skills to learn new things at school too. Try not to step in too quickly

Sensory Overload Home > Occupational Therapy For Parents & Carers > Sensory Regulation > Sensory Overload

Sensory overload occurs when the brain is unable to cope with the amount of incoming sensory information. This overwhelm may come from one or more of the sensory systems. It may be due to challenges arising from under/over-responsivity and/or challenges being able to filter out relevant from irrelevant sensory information. Other stressful events occurring within the child’s day (I.e. not knowing the answer to a question at school, having a fall out with a friend) contribute to feelings

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. The police will be able to support if required. Your child’s school may also be able to help you

Drinking Alcohol Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Drinking Alcohol

and there are also groups running during the school holidays It’s understandable that you may want to give your

Visiting the Dentist Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Teeth and Toothbrushing > Visiting the Dentist

from school or work. Healthy Teeth Habits Dental Check by One The 'Dental Check by One' campaign

Building Resilience Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Building Resilience

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