In the last two years in Britain, the lockdown of the Korana period has had a great impact on school children. Now that schools have opened in the UK, more than a quarter of a million teenagers either do not attend school or are irregular. Such children are being called ‘ghost children’. That is, these children are sometimes or are not seen in schools.
Psychologist Dr. Jane Gleimer says that these days many such parents are bringing their children to see the doctor. In fact, during the Corona period, loneliness and interaction with people decreased significantly, so the children became introverted. They began to shrink on their own.
Children lost their desire to go to school, during
2020 and 2021, lockdown was imposed several times in Britain. Due to this many children lost their desire to go to school and study. According to the Center for Social Justice, such children are in need of psychotherapy. Dr. Batina says not to impose your orders on teenagers. Instead, motivate teens to go back to school now.
psychologist Dr. Betina Honen, if the children refuse to go to school, then the parents should also make some effort at their level. Parents should maintain constant communication with their children. Don’t let them feel alone. Talk a lot with them. Ask the child about the reasons for not attending school. If children are feeling unwilling to study, then explain to them.
Lockdown was imposed several times in Britain during 2020 and 2021. Due to this many children lost their desire to go to school and study.
Do not put pressure on children, ask them to increase social interaction
Dr. Gleimer says that parents should not put pressure on children who refuse to go to school. Parents should make their children understand the importance of school. Also encourage for social interaction.