If your Child is feeling left out at School : Use these Tips to help

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Talk to your child

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Ask them open-ended questions like  “How do you feel when you’re in the classroom?”

or “What can I do to help?”

Explain why it's important to focus on the positive, even when feeling singled out.

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Spend time with your child outside of school, engaging in activities they enjoy and help build their self-esteem.

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Make sure that your child feels comfortable talking about how they are feeling at school – encourage them to express their feelings openly and honestly.

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Talk with teachers, guidance counselors, and administrators about any bullying incidents or other issues that may be affecting your child's experience at school.

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Consider having regular meetings with teachers or guidance counselors to discuss how your child is doing and make sure they are getting the support they need.

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If necessary, seek a referral for professional counseling services or an assessment by an educational psychologist if needed.

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Encourage extracurricular activities such as sports, art classes, music lessons, or drama programs that allow your child to explore new interests and meet people beyond the classroom setting.

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Help create a sense of belonging by joining social groups at school such as student council or debate team – this can give children a sense of empowerment and purpose.

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Look for opportunities within the community where your child can get involved in volunteer work or take part in special interest activities that promote collaboration among peers such as robotics clubs, chess tournaments etc...

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