Parents supporting Home Learning
We acknowledge that this is a really tough time for everyone. None of us signed up for this and we are all just trying to make things flow from one day to the next. I have been lucky enough to be in contact with many of our parents, and have heard the same and comments coming from many different people. I have also accessed some great webinars and sought advice from people far more knowledgable than me. I have been given links to lots of great sites that tell us how to support our families who are trying to learn from home, so have made this page as a place to collate some of this information.
The strongest message that everyone needs to hear though, is that we MUST make wellbeing a priority. Wellbeing for our children, wellbeing for our parents, wellbeing for our families and wellbeing for our staff. If you would like to offer suggestions of things that you have found helpful, please email or tweet and we will add them to this page.
Action for Children Advice and Support from Action for Children.
British Psychological Society British Psychological Society Advice to help children through the uncertainty of school closures.
Childline Information and advice from Childline.
Children’s Commissioner for England Covid-19 Resources from the Children’s Commissioner for England.
Children’s Commissioner for Wales Covid-19 Resources from the Children’s Commissioner for Wales.
Children’s Society Information and support from The Children’s Society.
National Autistic Society Information for autistic people and their families from the National Autistic Society.
Young Minds Advice and guidance from Young Minds.
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