Coronavirus Resources for wellbeing and mental health in schools

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Last updated 7th April 2020 09:25

Resources to support Mental Health and Wellbeing in School

Mentally Healthy Schools have developed a Coronavirus Toolkit with resources and activities to address anxiety.

The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families have advice for young people, parents and carers and schools and colleges.

Education Support Partnership have details of the support they offer for education staff.

The National Governance Association is producing regular updates for governing bodies.

Weekly Wellbeing Toolkit from Healthy Teacher Toolkit – Edition 1.

Weekly Wellbeing Toolkit from Healthy Teacher Toolkit – Edition 2.

Covid-19 webinars from The National College.

Covid-19 resources from The Chartered College of Teaching.

Covid-19 Resources from the Children’s Commissioner for England.

NSPCC guidance on difficult conversations with children.

Wellbeing activity ideas for schools from Place2Be.

Free training on working remotely and wellbeing from Hays (requires school to sign up).

Resources for families

Stem4 has a range of resources for supporting teenage mental health.

Covid-19 Resources from the Children’s Commissioner for England.

Covid-19 Resources from the Children’s Commissioner for Wales.

Public Health England Guidance for supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

Advice and guidance from Young Minds.

Support for mental health and signposting for other support for Mind.

Information and support from The Children’s Society.

Advice and Support from Action for Children.

Union Advice and Resources

The NAHT is updating this page with the latest information for schools.

ASCL coronavirus information.

GMB advice for schools.

Unison advice on school closures.

NEU coronavirus advice for schools.

NASUWT coronavirus advice for schools

Educational Institute of Scotland coronavirus advice.

Edapt coronavirus advice.

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