If you can’t be in school all the time, you should get extra support to carry on with your learning.
The kind of support you get will depend on what you need and how often you are able to go to school:
- your school can send work to you or help you access it online, and you can send it back to them to be marked
- a teacher might visit you out of school – they might come to see you at home, in a community centre or in hospital, for example
- you might get a special timetable so you can go to school at times that work for you
- a teacher or member of staff can help you to take medicine in school.
Remember you are still a pupil of the school, even though you aren’t always there.