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Starting High School Home FYI > Education > Starting High School

Moving to secondary school can feel like a really big step. You might feel excited, but it's also. starting a new school and to help yourself when you get there. Our Experiences By young people, for young people"Starting high school can be hard, and at first it may feel overwhelming. It's normal. has been through the same thing. They should all be able to help you understand that high school isn't as scary as you think it might be. I feel really anxious about my new school Quite often your

I Don't Want to go to School Home FYI > Education > I Don't Want to go to School

Worrying about school is common and there are many different reasons why you might feel you don’t. with a particular teacher. Sometimes problems at home can make it hard to settle at school. The reasons are not always obvious – you just know you feel uncomfortable and unhappy about school. Identifying what is making you feel uneasy about school can be an important step in starting to feel better. Think about the reasons why you don't want to go to school, so that you can start to tackle

Homeschooling Home FYI > Education > Homeschooling

, including time for breaks and social activities, so that you stay on top of your school work. learn than you might do at school. Will I have a say in what I learn at home? One of the best. your education. You might find that easier than talking to a teacher at school. Talk to them about what. no longer at school, so it's important that you make some time to look after yourself. Self-care can. or carers, or a trusted adult within your school or setting, or any trusted friend. If you live

Homework Home FYI > Education > Homework

Homework can feel like a drag, but it is an important part of being at school, college. habits which will help you to be successful at school and in a future career. It can, however, cause. people"I had a bad experience with homework at high school and, looking back, I wish I had spoken up. cleaning and fixing things. My school were told about this, but I still had to do a lot of homework. should have received more support from school.   My advice is to be confident enough to speak out

What Next? Home FYI > Education > What Next?

When you leave high school, you have to stay in education or training until the age of 18. This can. for essentials, such as travel to school, lunch, and any equipment you might need. This is mainly. to your school, college or training provider about it. If you are aged 19 or over, you can also get.. Remember staying in school is not the only option - you have the chance to train for a career if you. apprenticeships, traineeships, supported internships and school leaver schemes.  Combine work and study Start

Education, Health and Care Plan Home FYI > Additional Needs & Disability > Education, Health and Care Plan

paper that talks about your needs. This could be extra help at school and what goals you want.. It's not just for school stuff, but also for health and care needs. The EHCP gives clear instructions to your school or educational setting about what they should do to help you thrive. It also says., different places that know you, like your school and doctor’s surgery will give information and advice. you are able to learn and progress well in school. You can find more about it in the video below

Transition Home FYI > Additional Needs & Disability > Transition

you move from one school to a different school, this is a transition.  Transitions can be small, like. in the workplace.  What can I do after leaving school? People aged 16 and over are allowed to decide. when you are 18. You will start to think about the change when you turn 14, and your school and local.. When you are 14: your headteacher or school SENDCO (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Coordinator) will talk with you at a school review called an EHCP Review. They will discuss what you want

Headaches Home FYI > My Health > Headaches

at a screen If school or work is making you feel stressed, ask for help from your school or employer. How. pharmacist for advice. You can talk to your parents or carers, or a trusted adult within your school. holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays. If you live in Waveney: You can call the Suffolk School Nursing service..

Health for teens - staying hydrated

Getting help for problems at school which could be the cause of headaches.

Young minds - problems at school

It's OK to Fail Home FYI > Education > It's OK to Fail

No one likes the feeling of failure, but at some point, we all fail at something. At school or college, you might worry about failing an exam, completing a piece of work on time, or struggling with a particular subject. Failure can have a negative effect on you. It can affect your confidence. can talk to your parents or carers, or a trusted adult within your school or setting, or any trusted. on Saturdays. If you live in Waveney: You can call the Suffolk School Nursing service on 0345 607 8866

Flu Home FYI > My Health > Flu

are at secondary school, you will be eligible for a free flu vaccine. This will help protect you from flu. be able to receive it at school. If you miss the vaccination session at your school, you should. bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays. If you live in Waveney: You can call the Suffolk School