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Covid-19

Websites to support you

 8 ways to help children struggling during lockdown 1-4

8 ways to help children struggling during lockdown 5-8

10 things to say instead of stop crying

The emotional cup

Anxiety presents itself in many different ways

Comforting at a distance

Structure and routine

Helping your child back to school

Support your child's well being

Online resources

Help with Remote Education

MET Office Remote Learning

Staying safe online

Explaining Coronavirus to children

Please click here for a book helping to explain coronavirus to children.

Help children age 2-4 to learn at home during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Please click here for help with your child's transition out of lockdown

 What parents can do to help kids get along without constantly playing referee.

 

The NSPCC has created a new webpage with information and advice for parents or carers who are worried a child or young person may be struggling with their mental health or has anxiety about Coronavirus. The webpage includes information on: talking about feelings and worries; keeping in touch and balancing screen time; ways to create structure and routine; and helping to give children a sense of control.

Read the information and advice: Talking to a child worried about coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR WAYS TO KEEP YOUR CHILDREN ACTIVE? CHECK OUT SOME OF THESE IDEAS!

BE ACTIVE, BE HEALTHY!

100 THINGS TO DO AT HOME

FREE WEBSITES FOR ALL TO USE

If you are isolating please encourage your child to complete their Purple Mash, Timestables Rockstars and Bug Club reading each day, also remind them that they will be able to email their teachers through Purple Mash if they are stuck with their work.

If you want a home learning pack on paper for your child, please call the office on 01782 235711

 

Please see the below link for a project your child can complete at home.

http://www.schoolscience.co.uk/bughunt

First News, a weekly newspaper for children has released a downloadable version that your children can read at home.  Please click here to register for your copy.   

First News - April PDF download