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Written by our partners at VITA Health

For many children and young people, the end of the holidays and a return to seeing friends each day is an exciting prospect.

However, others may find the transition back-to-school - and the structure and routine that comes with that – daunting and overwhelming.

Change can be challenging to deal with, particularly for young people, and it’s completely normal to need some time to adjust. Some children may be worried about aspects of the school itself, such as school work, making friends or having new teachers. There are other children who may have had a difficult experience over the summer holidays, such as a bereavement, family illness or conflict, or, experienced bullying - all of which can make it harder for them to feel settled at school again.

Our partners at VITA Health have provided some advice on how to spot signs of anxiety and how to help kids who are suffering from it.

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