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Newburn Manor Primary School

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Parental and Carer Support

from Newcastle City Council pre-empting self isolation

Time Out Parent/Carer Support Group                                                       

The Time Out Parent/Carer Support Group offer online help for parents/carers supporting children and young people with emotional or mental health issues. Please see poster above for further details.                                 

                    

Welfare Checklist                                                                                                  

Newcastle City Council have produced a new resource to help people think through the implications of being asked to self-isolate in the event of a covid-19 outbreak. It covers not only the basics such as food and finances but how to make it comfortable, healthy activities and wellbeing support.

Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

 

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is affecting everyone’s daily lives. Regardless of their age, this may be a difficult time for children and young people. Some may react right away, while others may show signs of difficulty later on. How a child or young person reacts can vary according to their age, how they understand information and communicate, their previous experiences, and how they typically cope with stress. Negative reactions may include worrying thoughts about their health or that of family and friends, fear, avoidance, problems sleeping, or physical symptoms such as stomach-ache. During this time, it’s important that we all take care of our own and family’s mental health.

 

Public Health England have produced some guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak

 

Guide for parents and carers educating children at home

 

The PSHE Association has produced some short guidance for parents and carers to support them to contribute to their child’s PSHE education outside of school or through home learning. Parents/carers are their child’s first educator and play a vital role in their personal and social development. Therefore, PSHE education should always be a partnership between schools and parents/carers. This guidance is relevant at any time, but particularly so given current school closures due to the coronavirus epidemic.

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