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'I can't go to school!'

The School Non-Attender's Workbook
  • Author
    • Suzy Rowland
  • Illustrator
    • Adam A. Freeman
Regular price $19.95
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If you think that going to school is tough - you're not wrong. It's difficult to do subjects you don't understand. Or be with people you don't feel comfortable around. Or to deal with the feelings you get when you think about going to school.

Your parents and teachers might be having a hard time understanding why going to school is tricky for you. But don't worry, there are things you can do and there are things that other people can do to help you. By working through this book, we can explore some of the words you can use to get help and activities you can try that will make being at school feel better..

Whether you're working through this individually, or if your parents, teachers or therapist use the downloadable guides to go through this workbook with you - you'll soon discover what works best for you to get the most of learning and education!
  • Published: Dec 21 2022
  • Pages: 128
  • 244 x 172mm
  • ISBN: 9781839972065
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Press Reviews

  • Professor Peter Fonagy OBE, Chief Executive of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children & Families

    A wonderful, exceptionally useful book which will I am sure, help thousands of families
  • Clare Ward, specialist speech and language therapist, SEND consultant at Special Networks and co-author of The Anxiety Workbook for Supporting Teens Who Learn Differently

    Such an important book! Too many children and young people (neurodivergent and neurotypical) are struggling to manage uncertainty in school. This very gentle book has lots of practical ideas that will be useful to parents, teachers, SENDCO's, as well as children and young people. Its focus on better communication couldn't be more timely.
  • Angela Barrows, psychotherapist working with children & young people and specialist working in Alternative Provision (AP) schools

    If you really want to understand young people, ask them, never assume! This amazing workbook does just that, gives them a voice so adults can understand. Thoroughly researched, friendly, humorous, this engaging workbook provides a creative support tool for kids and young people...easy to understand, informative, empathic. The exercises not only encourage the young person back into school, they help them build emotional literacy for life! I will definitely be recommending this to schools, for staff and support workers.