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04 February 2021
What Parents And Carers Need To Know About Supporting Children To Express Themselves Safely Online

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It’s Children’s Mental Health Week – and with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic still very much being felt around the world, the event has come at an especially relevant time. So which online activities can help to boost young people’s self-esteem? And how can make sure they’re doing it safely? Find out with our free #WakeUpWednesday guide.

As many as three children in every primary school class in the UK has a mental health issue. Many of those problems are being exacerbated right now by missing school and being unable to see friends and relations.

Staying connected through the internet can help – so to mark Children’s Mental Health Week, our #WakeUpWednesday guide highlights ways that parents and carers can help young people to express themselves safely online.

To download the guide, please click here.

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