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When can I see my Mum?

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We know that seeing your family is really important so that is one of the first and main tasks your social worker will be organising. We aim for this to be as soon as possible after you move into placement but your worker will include you in the plans for this and make sure that what you think and feel about seeing your family is taken into consideration.

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I don’t feel well.  Who do I tell?

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It’s really important that if you are feeling unwell that you tell your carer or anyone in your care team because we all want you to feel safe, happy and well.

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I’m worried about moving to another new school. Who will look after me?

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Your carers, teachers and social worker are aware that changing school causes lots of different worries and feelings. They will include you in making a plan so that you feel supported during this move. The plan may include visits to the school and meeting your headteacher and class teacher in advance. They will also explore having an identified adult to speak to at school as well as a potential older pupil to act as a buddy.