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Childlineprovides an online resource that offers information and tips on dealing with any fears children may have in relation to a terrorist incident.
For children at school and young people at college, the local educational psychology services provide support and advice to individuals affected by a traumatic event, and help schools manage these situations.
Resources for teachers
The Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Association has guidance and resources that provide practical suggestions for ways that teachers can structure questioning, discussion or further learning about terrorist incidents. There are resources available for:
Guidance for schools and colleges
Schools and colleges should approach their awarding organisations for specific advice, including on applications for special consideration for those affected by a terrorist attack. Ofqual has issued guidance on exams.
Get more support
More information is available about support services if you have been affected by a terrorist attack.