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The Difficulties of Switching Schools

Many students have faced the difficulties that come with switching schools, and it can take some time before a child or a teenager is accepted into a new environment.

Schools can be tough, and not every student will feel obliged to speak to the ‘new kid’, and it can mean a new student’s efforts are rejected, leaving them to feel alone and perhaps unwanted. It’s important to find a group of people that you feel you can be friends with and then you may start to work your way into their group.

Students may show more affection to new students but it is always better if they are treated as an equal, because student will spot any bias behaviour, and they possibly react negatively to it. The anxiety does wear off when a student begins to feel more comfortable in their new environment, and the more children you speak to the more chance there is that you will find a set of friends and progress in your new school.