NHS Improving Mental Health Services
Following the National Audit Office (NAO) report that we shared and commented on 13th February 2023, the Government are now conducting an Inquiry on mental health services and the progress that they'v...
It’s a rare child who enjoys 100% of their education 100% of the time. Most of us remember that sinking feeling as the summer holidays came to an end, and most of us can sympathise with a child who’s got the back to school blues. Usually, they’re just sad about the end of the free and easy summertime.
Sometimes, however, there’s a more serious issue at the heart of your child’s back to school blues. Some problems, such as bullying or illness, require serious long-term solutions.
Some issues need a bit more than new stationary and a playdate. Things like bullying, ill health, and academic troubles are tougher to fix than general end-of-holiday malaise, but they’re not impossible. Here are some things which may help a child who’s struggling with more serious school-related issues:
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