The autumn term is notorious for bugs and colds. After a long summer children return to classrooms and share their germs around, taking them home to their families like a new term gift. This year however, well it’s 2020, it’s no normal year and no normal back to school is it?
So how is back to school going for you all with this new normal? It certainly feels quite different this year doesn’t it?
A survey of 2,000 mums and dads of school-age children found they think it will take at least three weeks on average before their child is fully settled back into the school routine. What do you think?
Despite uncertainty regarding the future of COVID-19, an increase of cases across Europe, as well as fears of a second wave in autumn, one thing is certain: most parents across Europe want to send their children back to school.
Back to School will certainly look – and feel – very different this year, but taking some small steps to help enhance your family’s immunity could make the preparations easier.
The term is well under way and you are crossing off the days until half term. The general vibe might be a little sluggish, you are having trouble getting everyone going in the morning, and you are trying to dodge the numerous bugs going around school and work.
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It really does pay to be organised. The ONE year I decided i was going to be a bit more relaxed about everything and just get things done in the second half of the summer holiday when everyone else was already sorted…yes, you’ve guessed it, everyone had sold out of everything I wanted.