How to talk to your child about Manchester

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 24 May 2017

12 mins

The world we live in is a fast paced and sometimes scary place.

Nathan Bazley, host and reporter for 'Behind The News', spoke to us in light of the recent attack in Manchester, on how to keep our children informed without adding to their distress.

The coverage of such incidents is fairly pervasive, so 'Behind The News' have made a short video to help with the worry.

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