It’s natural to feel some concern about how your child will catch up with learning after time away from school.
Remember that everyone learns at a different pace, and your child may be feeling some pressure. It’s important that children first settle back into the routine of a structured day. It may take a little time to regain a sense of normality.
Support for children’s mental and emotional wellbeing will also be a focus for schools.
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