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I am worried because my child has been away from school for a long time. Yes, they have. In the mind of a young child it will feel like a lifetime. But, children adapt quickly and they will soon settle back in. One thing you might want to do is spend some time reminding them about their school. If you have pictures of their school/teachers/friends or pieces of work they have done at school, now could be a good time to get them out and talk about them.
Pupils in year 6 are in a ‘key transition year’. The government made the decision to open schools to help these pupils prepare for the end of primary school and the beginning of secondary school. The good news is that your child will have an opportunity to see some of their friends, teachers, staff and familiar environments before their primary school experience ends.
These times of uncertainty are proving difficult for everyone, not least parents with young children. With this in mind, there are many simple yet effective ways that parents can support young children while they are at home.