Our teens may be covering up the true emotional impact of the pandemic

Ireland and the UK have not taken exactly the same courses during the pandemic, but there have been similarities in each country’s adaptation to Covid 19. One of these has been the closure of schools during the most intense lockdowns. It is for this reason that a report released last month by a UK agency, tracking students’ ability to self-regulate at school from the pre-pandemic era to December 2021, could offer interesting parallels that could help us to understand the experiences of Irish students understand to.

The report focuses primarily on the experiences of 13-18 year olds, so it fits in well with our own secondary school-aged teenagers. The agency that conducted the study offers schools a commercial service to help identify children and young people who are struggling emotionally in those schools before these emotional difficulties can overwhelm the student.

https://www.independent.ie/life/family/parenting/our-teenagers-may-be-covering-up-the-real-emotional-impact-of-the-pandemic-41476311.html Our teens may be covering up the true emotional impact of the pandemic

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