GCSE or A Level results can be a challenging time for teenagers. They may be worried about their grades, or what happens next. As a parent or carer, you can help your child to navigate the situation.
Take some time to speak to them about how they’re feeling. Make sure they understand what’s happening and try to put some structure in place so they feel more in control. It can help to:
Help your child take care of their mental health by understanding any worries and helping them work through them:
Make sure your child knows you support them and will help them work out what comes next. Encourage them to:
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