Question: If you can engage the student in conversation about their well-being, what warning signs should you look out for?

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Question: If you can engage the student in conversation about their well-being, what warning signs should you look out for?

Answer: Warning signs to look out for can include:

  • Extreme moods
  • Feeling tired, flat and tearful all the time
  • Consistently hyperactive
  • Irritable
  • Angry
  • Changes in sleep
  • Changes in eating patterns
  • Adults or other students expressing concern about their mental well-being
  • Talk of 'not wanting to be here any more'
Sympathetic looking staff member listening to a worried student