In some parts of the world, going to school means putting your life at risk and as a result many child refugees in the UK will carry with them traumatic experiences from the past. Suzanne O'Connell looks at the process of becoming a refugee and how schools can help
In the UK, we expect that school is one of those safe places that children can rely on. For some it is a haven when challenging family circumstances mean that all is not well at home. But what if school represents something different? In some countries school can be a dangerous place to be and for children with this experience, settling into their new environment will take some adjusting.
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