Webpage containing links to the online form(s) educational settings should use to submit their record of attendance to Department for Education, and supporting spreadsheet.
Official interim safeguarding guidance from the Department for Education about how to follow safeguarding procedures when planning remote education strategies and teaching remotely during COVID-19.
Official interim safeguarding guidance from the Department for Education on keeping children safe in education settings; including the role of the local authority in aiding with this phased return.
Tips from the Mental Health Foundation to help you, your friends and your family look after your mental health at a time when there is much discussion of potential threats to our physical health.
Governmental Coronavirus-related guidance for supporting vulnerable children who have a social worker, and children and young people up to the age of 25 with education, health and care (EHC) plans.
This website, co-funded by NHS England, is offering support around wellbeing and coping strategies; including how to create a wellbeing plan.
Childhood Bereavement Network provide guidance for adults supporting grieving children and young people during this outbreak.
Age UK provide guidance on how to cope with a range of feelings after the death of a loved one, including fear, anger and guilt.
Government guidance providing advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and where to get further support.
Contact the Young Minds Helplines if there are concerns about a young person’s mental health during this difficult time. Parents Helpline: If you are a parent who needs advice about your child’s mental health you can contact the Parents Helpline directly on 0808 802 between 9:30am-4pm. YoungMinds Crisis Messenger: If you are a young person experiencing a mental health crisis you can text YM to 85258 for free 24/7 support. The Young Minds website is here.