Knox Grammar School
It’s normal for students to feel worried, particularly when encountering new situations and experiences. However, if you notice that anxiety stops your child from participating in activities or social events, or that his or her fears and worries seem out of proportion to the situation, they may benefit from some extra support.
One of the best things you can do for your child is help them to manage their anxiety.
You might try some of the following with him or her:
If your child would like additional support at your school, please contact your school counselling team.
Students and parents Knox can contact their classroom teacher (Prep) or mentor (Senior School).
Written by the Knox Psychology Team (Knox Wellbeing Centre)
06 August 2020
An article was recently published in the Sydney Morning Herald titled ‘Buttrose says Millennials lack resilience, need hugging.’
05 August 2020
There is a term that has been around for a while now – VUCA, which stands for Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. I think we can safely say that we have all, collectively, lived the VUCA world for the past several months.
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