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‘Increased mental health difficulties in vulnerable children during lockdown’- In Conversation with Dolapo Adegboye NB: The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health There are some great podcasts on the ACAMH website about the impact of the pandemic on children. https://www.acamh.org/blog/increased-mental-health-difficulties-in-vulnerable-children-during-lockdown-dolapo-adegboye/

Mindfulness Calendar

Developed by Anna Freud and published through MentallyHealthySchools.org, the Mindfulness Calendar is a fantastic tool comprising of a two-week calendar with daily mindfulness activity suggestions. The simple, short activities encourage children to focus on what’s around them to find a sense of calm. Importantly, this tool can be adapted easily to help children and young people […]

Place2Be: “Return to School Resources”

‘Place2Be’ has put together a series of resources focused on community recovery, to help headteachers and school staff start to bring their schools back together following recent challenging times. Viewable online or downloadable as PDFs, click below to view their dedicated primary and secondary education resources: www.place2be.org.uk/our-services/services-for-schools/mental-health-resources-for-schools/return-to-school-resources/

Mental Health Foundation: “Returning to School after lockdown”

The Mental Health Foundation have recently reviewed and updated their information and support pages for the next return to school after the third national lockdown finishes. There is a range information including tips for teachers, tips for parents and caregivers, tips for school leaders and more. Check it out here: www.mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/school-guidance-for-coping-with-coronavirus