Fitting in with other children and friendship groups is one of most important aspects of supporting children’s wellbeing at primary school.
But some children have more hurdles to jump over than most.
The following question was posed recently from a concerned mum.
“We want our son to fit in and make friends when he starts prep next year. He is a happy, confident child but our concern is that he has a large birth mark on his face. Lucas accepts this completely but should we warn him that some children at school might be mean to him? We are concerned that he won’t be ready to handle teasing.” [Read more…]