These illustrations are of well-known characters created by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. The pictures are shown to be practising social distancing and may be helpful when explaining some of the current regulations to younger children.
WIDGIT have a back to school collection of tools and ready-made materials to help parents, teachers and carers who use symbols to support their children and young people.
Below is a listing of various organisations that can provide services relating to COVID-19.If any of the details below require updating or amending, let us know
Please be aware that the organisations listed on this page are provided for information purposes only, and are not endorsed or recommended by STLS. You should always ensure that any service, activity or therapy that you are considering for your child / young person is appropriate to their needs.
KELSI updated Advice to all Early Year’s Providers, Schools and Education Providers.
Kent Resilience Hub is the “go-to” site for everything emotional wellbeing and resilience of young people. This includes sections for our young people, parents and people working in schools and communities.
Home learning Helpline âSTAR Academies Trust offers a free helpline for parents called StarLine. This offers parents and carers personalised advice and support from a team of qualified teachers, education and parenting experts.”
NAS Resources The National Autistic Society disseminates government guidance and on their website with information and resources about coronavirus.
Place2Be Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity that provides counselling and mental health support and training in UK schools. They have gathered together helpful information to answer questions from children, about the Covid-19.