Getting GCSE or A Level results is a difficult time for teenagers under ‘normal’ circumstances. This year it is likely to be even more worrying for young people.
It can be hard to know what the right thing to say or do to support your child with their exam results when they never actually got to sit their exams.
There are things you can do to make this stressful time a bit easier on your child, such as:
Talk to your child and encourage them to:
As well as the practical things you can do to support your child through this stressful time, there are things you can encourage your child to do in order to look after themselves. Such as:
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