School is a source of joy for many children. But for some parents, dealing with school refusal and school avoidance is a daily occurrence.
Your child’s bedtime was undoubtedly relaxed during the summer holidays but now that they’re back to school, it’s time to get back on track
One of the biggest challenges a parent can face is when their child goes to college.
Having a child who is dedicated to their schoolwork might sound like a dream to a lot of parents but it’s not always the healthiest thing for them.
When it comes to school life, bullying has always been a concern. In more recent times the issue of cyberbullying has become more prevalent.
The end of every August brings that dreaded “back to school” feeling. While this is an exciting time for many for some it can be stressful.
Not wanting to go to school is a very common problem for parents – particularly in September after the long summer holidays.
The upcoming return to school will bring about much change for children and young people.
ISPCC Childline hosted a free webinar series for parents and carers to provide support, advice and information ahead of the returning school year. ISPCC Resilience Support Workers covered topics such