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COVID19 Talking to Children - Returning to School

Evidence from the UK and internationally tells us that COVID-19 is generally milder in children than in adults: most infected children present with mild symptoms or are asymptomatic, and few very rarely develop severe or life threatening disease.
 
It is also important to consider that schools play a key role in promoting children’s health, social and mental wellbeing. They also provide the setting from which children can access health surveillance, support and advice as well as individual and group therapeutic programmes.
 

The RCPCH have put together a guidence for parents concerned about returning to school in the current pandemic.

COVID-19 - talking to children and families about returning to school: guiding principles

 

Immunisation Information

 

Asthma

 

Resources and Information

Managing infections 
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0-18 years
Fever in children
Head injury children
Babies and young children
when they are unwell
When should I worry
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Baby and First Aid App
Family Assist Hoop Peanut Change4Life