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How to support students who might feel nervous about returning back to school

When students return to school after a long break they may feel apprehensive or nervous about returning.

In this infographic on how to support students who might feel nervous about returning back to school we look at how coaches, teachers and parents can better support their students so they feel emotionally prepared and ready on their return.

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Emotional needs – be there for your students. Be patient and understanding and listen to any worries they might have.

Organisation – support students to get organised with their week. This will help build confidence and reduce stress.

Slow down – encourage students to slow down what they are doing and take a moment to pause and breathe.

Self-care – make sure students are engaging in activities that provide them with a sense of relation.

Embrace change -try and encourage your students to embrace change and support them through the process.

Travel – encourage students to plan their route to school and have a trial run.

Asking for help – encourage your students to ask for help if they are struggling.

Reassurance – reassure students that you are there to guide and support them.

Peer support – encourage students to look out for and help each other.

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