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How parents can support their child’s learning during lockdown

The BelievePerform team look at how parents can promote and provide a supportive environment for a child’s learning during lockdown. By picking up some simple and direct techniques you can help build your child’s confidence and help them adapt to this new challenge.

In this infographic the team look at how parents can support their child’s learning during lockdown.

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  • Support your child to find a quiet environment to work with minimal distractions.
  • Make sure your child is not spending too long on the computer and encourage them to take regular breaks
  • If your child is struggling with a piece of work help them to problem solve and find a solution to their problem.
  • Provide your child with a sense of autonomy around when they want to study and for how long.
  • Encourage your child to spend time away from their phone when they are studying.
  • Set some small and achievable goals which can provide your child with a sense of mastery over specific tasks.
  • Set some rules or guidelines which you can all agree on and work through together during the week.
  • Encourage you child to make a timetable so they can schedule in time to work and have breaks.
  • Praise, encourage and support your child. Help build a positive learning climate.

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