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Coronavirus Support and Information

Transition back to school following Coronavirus distancing measures

There are many concerns and questions about how best to support the transition of children in to school following social distancing measures.

 

Supporting the transition of children in to school and college

Our new guidance covers the following topics:

  • Staff wellbeing
  • Pre-school to infants
  • Primary to secondary school
  • General guidance

 

Supporting children and young people

We recognise that many children and young people will have questions and concerns about the current coronavirus pandemic. With constant news, social media and a high level of uncertainty, children and adults will probably be feeling more stressed at the moment. Children may have questions, behave differently or appear more upset and it can be difficult to know what to say.

 

Talking to children and young people about Coronavirus

This section provides useful guidance about how to talk to children and young people about coronavirus

 

Supporting children during school closures

This section addresses the unique circumstances that children and families will experience due to school closures for most children

 

Bereavement and a Covid-19 related death in the school community

When an unexpected and tragic event happens within a school community there are a number of things to do and consider. Here we offer advice designed to support the process that senior leaders should follow in the event of a death, and offer some practical guidance on how to tell the school community about a death.

 

Coping with a Covid-19 related death in school

This section provides useful information about the various processes schools will have to follow in the event of a death and describes how the Educational Psychology Service will support the school community

 

Breaking the news of death related to Covid-19

This page offers practical guidance on how to tell the school community about a death

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