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My child suffers from severe anxiety and has been really bad lately. She goes to sixth form and has no mates. She had mates but her friends isolated her. Her anxiety has been like this since March but has worse recently. I haven’t seen her smile or laugh in weeks and she’s having breakdowns every night. It’s her last year of sixth before uni next year but I’m scared she’s going tear down. She doesn’t hardly speak anymore and it’s scaring me. I want to come tact the school to see if they will allow her to carry on her course at home but I don’t know if this is possible. She has gone to therapy, the doctors, took medication but nothing is working. Will the school allow her to carry the last year or her course at home or not?
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Sounds like her school is not the best environment for her, or the people there are not making it one. I would express your concerns to the school and see what solutions they suggest. She's above the age where she legally has to attend school so I wouldn't expect any issues about homeschooling. The mental health of your child is the most important thing here, especially if she's already been suffering for a while. Excericise also releases chemicals in your body that combat depression - works for me.
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