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

Separation Anxiety Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Separation Anxiety

at nursery. Pre-Schoolers Younger Children Starting school is a big step for children. and months at school can be really tough, as they adjust to new people and experiences. Preparing your child for starting school can help them feel more confident about what to expect.  You can help your child settle by; Letting them see the school on open days (or look online when this can’t happen). Walk around the outside. Practice the walk to school. Talking about the routine of the school day so

Worries & Anxiety Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Worries & Anxiety

Worry is the word we use when we are thinking and stressing about something in particular – like starting a new school. Anxiety can go hand in hand with worry and describes the feelings that can come along with it. Sometimes we can feel anxious without knowing the reason why. People worry. that you worry something bad will happen when you walk to school on your own – is that right?’ You. answered, joined by the health professionals that help young people, like school nurses and mental

Emotional Development 2-5 Years Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Development 2-5 Years

-esteem as well as their attention span which will give them a head start when they begin school. Years Old Between the ages of four and five your little one is preparing for school. You can really. without feeling under pressure. For example: Help your child practice getting dressed for school. and practice any tricky zips or buttons before starting school.  Make sure that your child is confident. feel prepared and confident that they will be able to manage at school. They will also support your

Emotional Development 5 - 11 Years Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young People's Emotional Health > Emotional Development 5 - 11 Years

Your child’s emotional development continues to progress once they begin school. From 5-11 children start to understand that other people’s feelings matter too. Your child will be making and choosing their own friends. It takes time for them to learn how to cooperate with each other, and this can make friendships tricky. You can help them think about how they feel - and how their friend might feel too. Being a good friend and having good friends are important life skills

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

they have a bad time Being comforted when they have a bad time. Some children will go into school.. You may have struggled to make friends at school, or maybe you were the centre of attention. Your. friendships that work for them. Making Friends Pre-School & Reception Children don’t really start playing. with each other. In pre-school and reception they are still ‘beginners’ at building friendships. Some.-school / school. They will be able to give you a picture of what they see happening

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

around days and times that a young couple spend together. Make sure that school work is still completed. your child might trust. It could be a family member or friend. You could speak to school and ask. to school for advice or call Just One Number to talk to a health professional and discuss your options