Return to your Future Workshops for parents
As life starts settling into a new normal, many parents are worried about the return to school in September.
Families are wondering: how can schools be safe for our children, what happens if my child or someone in my household is vulnerable, or if there is a local lockdown.
The council’s Early Help and Public Health teams, along with the NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) have designed a set of four workshops to help address these questions. Parents and carers can find out what they can do to help their child return to school and how to support their children if they are anxious.
The workshops will online be every Tuesday for four weeks starting 11 August at 2pm – 3pm.
Session 1: Public Health in schools
Session 2: What happens if? (FAQs)
Session 3: What parents can do
Session 4: Anxiety in children
Request a place at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0207 527 4343.
Our early help team will also be receiving public health training to give clear one to one advice to parents/ carers so if parents cannot get online, we can arrange a telephone call or meeting with them.
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