Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, everyday life has changed. There is a lot of uncertainty, particularly given that the situation is constantly developing and the information about the virus remains incomplete.
Understandably, this is causing a lot of worry and anxiety for all, including children and young people. As teachers, we know it is important to not only consider physical health during such challenging times, but also to pay attention to mental health and well- being. It is normal for children to feel worried, stressed and anxious when faced with uncertain situations, but the sooner we support them with taking care of their mental health, the healthier and better equipped they will be to cope with the situations they are having to face, including the challenges of home learning.
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