- What are the key concerns for young people returning to school?
- The role of PSHE education vs pastoral care
- Recommendations for immediate, medium and long term responses that could form a recovery curriculum
Action Calendar: Altruistic August 2020
As schools and colleges prepare to close for summer, we know that many of you will be concerned about supporting pupils' mental wellbeing over the coming weeks. To help with this we’ve created primary and secondary #SelfcareSummer packs to offer children and young people some fun self-care activities and signpost to additional support if needed. We'd love you to share these with your pupils or any networks who may find these useful.
Children love to socialise and as they get older, they will want to stay in touch with their friends online.
This week your final activity pack for parents and carers to deliver to their children explores how they can stay safe while connecting with others on social media apps and platforms:
Support through the summer
Developing a recovery curriculum -video webinar
PSHE Association has provided this video-webinar which is intended as a starting point to get you thinking about what a ‘recovery curriculum’ means in your school and what you can do to start planning for embedding a recovery curriculum now.
Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning
Welcome to Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning. This is an umbrella organisation for Gloucestershire Healthy Schools and Gloucestershire Healthy FE (Further Education).
GHLL was launched in July 2012 for schools and colleges across Gloucestershire, supported by Leading Teachers.
Funding is through Public Health and by Gloucestershire County Council. Schools and colleges are offered this supported intervention at no cost.
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