How students can support each other when returning back to school

Going back to school can be a difficult time for students especially if they are transitioning from having had a long period of time off.

If you find somebody within your class or social circle struggling, make yourself available to them and actively provide help by checking in on them regularly and helping them prepare to get into the routine of things such as doing homework together and walking to school together.

In this mental fitness infographic the BelievePerform team look at how students can support each other when returning back to school.

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  1. Regularly check in with each other.
  2. Connect with old and new friends.
  3. Look out for younger students and be a role model for them.
  4. Look out for friends and classmates. If you notice someone struggling ask them if you can help them in any way.
  5. Support each other and complete school and homework.
  6. Be understanding, supportive and caring towards students who might feel nervous
  7. Work with each other as a team to learn some new skills that can boost mental fitness.
  8. Encourage students who are struggling to seek out help from their teachers.
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