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Getting Back On Track Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Making Change > Getting Back On Track

or scooter to the shop, park or school. Break up the time you are sitting - set a timer on your phone. School? Talk to your child about making better choices – it doesn’t have to be perfect. Try and work. you compromise on which days they buy school snacks and which days they take home snacks. Buying Snacks at School? Plan ahead as much as you can - write a meal list and try and stick to it. Start

Family Health MOT Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Family Health MOT

your child starts school, they will be seen by the school screening team to check their vision. learning and development can be supported. The screening happens at school and only takes a few. are weighed and measured at school in Reception and Year 6 as part of the National Child Measurement.. Usually work, school and nursery help with this. Getting up and going to bed and eating at regular times, help children feel more able to cope with other changes that might be happening. School

Anger Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Anger

. Changes in school, friendships, exams and family relationships can all lead to feelings of anger. by the health professionals that help young people, like school nurses and mental health specialists, to provide. that you are unable to help your child control their anger, you could speak to their school

Anti Bullying Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Anti Bullying

. Anyone can be the bully - family, friends, school mates, work colleagues or strangers. It can happen anywhere - in a school, workplace, home, social activity or online. This video from the Anti-Bullying. by school. You might make some of your own; grounding young people or limiting access to technology. to school or they may not want to take part in particular lessons such as PE. You might notice they have more tummy pains or headaches and say there are too unwell for school. They might have more bruises

Bereavement Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Bereavement

or someone at school. When your child is going through a hard time – it's easy to let boundaries slip. you get through hard times together. Let school / nursery friends and family know your pet has died. a good video for older children. Pet Death Support From Nursery Or School You may decide to keep your. to be at school. This is a personal decision and you know your child best. Schools can play. by.  It is important they know when something difficult has happened in a child’s life. Let nursery / school know what

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

Low Mood Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Low Mood

answered, joined by the health professionals that help young people, like school nurses and mental

Self Confidence and Self-Esteem Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Self Confidence and Self-Esteem

to sit still in school assembly.’ Children know when praise is genuine and when they really deserve. and challenges, like a move to High School, even confident children can feel wobbly. Going through puberty can. that they are struggling with low mood. Talk to your child’s school - they also may be able to offer some extra support

Eating Disorders Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's 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

Self-Harm Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Self-Harm

 of what might help them most. Talking to your child’s school can help widen your child’s support., developed with input from young people, parents and school staff. It has been funded by Public. school nurses and mental health specialists, to provide solutions, support and understanding