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My Back to School Bubble

The storybook ‘My Back to School Bubble’ has been created with the input from a network of teachers, parents and public health professionals and aims to help children understand the new protective measures that may be in place at their school, in an age-appropriate way.

Based on your suggestions provided, ‘My Back to School Bubble’ aims to help children understand the new protective measures that may be in place at their school, in an age-appropriate way. It reinforce public health messages including the importance of hand and respiratory hygiene, while reassuring children that everyone makes mistakes, helping to combat feelings of anxiety, that have been reported by parents.

 The published story is available as a free download and can be found alongside our other COVID-19 resources on the e-Bug website.

 We hope to evaluate this resource and collect feedback to inform future projects. Please contribute via the feedback survey.

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Welcome Back - When, Not If......

Guiding principles of welcoming pupils back to school post COVID-19

Welcome back

 

Coming back to school in a bubble!

Coming back to school in a bubble 

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Mental Health Foundation Podcast - Series 5  

Welcome to the Mental Health Foundation Podcast - Series 5, episode one: Kindness matters to our mental health. This episode will bring you information on why kindness matters, how it is central to our mental health and more.We begins the episode by speaking to Josh Elton, who is a Group Facilitator at the Foundation. He talks to us about kindness in later life. She then speaks to Dr. Antonis Kousoulis, Director of England and Wales at the Foundation. Antonis talks to us about what kindness is, how it can have a positive impact on our own & others mental health and how we want kindness to shape the type of society we become after coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Explaining social distancing to Children and Young People - The Hug

 

Sharing good practice and looking to the future

This booklet includes examples of good practice that schools have shared with us about how they have adapted and responded to the challenges of lockdown.

We also considered how learning from this period can help inform schools planning going forward.

Sharing good practice and looking to the future.