School Separation Anxiety - Item 408 - ELSA Support

School Separation Anxiety – Item 408

This Resource is included in Early Years ELSA Starter Pack bundle – Item 448 - take a look and see how much you could save when buying this bundle!

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This is an updated version of our story that we did for children returning back to school after the first lockdown. We have been asked for a female version and also one to address general school separation anxiety, NOT related to Covid.

This includes 2 stories, a male version and a female version. The children are worried about going to school and don’t want to separate from their mum. This will help children suffering from School separation anxiety.

Included in the pack:

  • George doesn’t want to go to school Story PowerPoint (36 slides)
  • George doesn’t want to go to school Story PDF (36 pages)
  • Isla doesn’t want to go to school Story PowerPoint (36 slides)
  • Isla doesn’t want to go to school Story PDF (36 pages)
  • 11 worksheets including – My morning routine, Weird things that happen to my body, A time I felt upset and cried, A time I felt angry, A time I felt scared, Delaying tactics, What if monsters, What if bubbles, A special memory, Fun times at school, My separation plan.
  • Booklet of questions to ask about the stories.
  • A pre and post anxiety scale
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