What will it be like going back to school?
Oxfordshire School Nurses share inspiring video to help children as they return to the classroom
Oxfordshire School Nurses have produced an inspiring video to help youngsters as they return to school.
The video asks questions on the minds of children and parents alike, reassuring youngsters and families that school nurses are on hand to help.
Going back to school after a long break could feel a little strange. Our Oxfordshire School Nurses are here with a few words of reassurance and are on hand to answer any questions and support young people.If you have any worries at all – talk to your school nurses.Email SHN.firstname.lastname@example.orgCall or text 07769 235 149Find us on Facebook @oxNHSschoolnurses
Posted by Oxfordshire NHS School Nurses on Thursday, 28 May 2020
School health nurse Tikki Harrold, who organised the video, said: “Coming back to school after a long break always feels a little strange and children and young people will have lots of questions and uncertainties.
“They may be excited about seeing friends again but wondering if they will be able to see them, may feel anxiety about staying safe, being able to learn and worried if they did enough school work at home.
“We wanted children and their families to know Oxfordshire School Nurses are here with lots of advice and support. They don’t need to worry and can ask anything they want.”
To contact Oxfordshire School Health Nurses:
Call or text 07769 235 149
Find them on Facebook @oxNHSschoolnurses
Published: 2 June 2020