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  • Blue Peter Badges

    Blue Peter Badges

    There are so many different Blue Peter badges so we’ve made this page to show how you could get your hands on one! Can you collect them all?

  • Helping Children through uncertainity

    Helping Children through uncertainity

    The British Psychological Society’s Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP) has published tips for schools, parents and carers dealing with the unprecedented school closures.

  • Children’s Guide to Coronavirus

    Children’s Guide to Coronavirus

    There have been big changes in our lives because of coronavirus, so we’ve created a children’s guide to coronavirus to help explain the situation.

  • Coronavirus Toolkit – Anna Freud

    Coronavirus Toolkit – Anna Freud

    A free toolkit with resources and tips to help support the mental health and wellbeing of school staff, parents, carers and children.

  • From my window – Explains lockdown to kids

    From my window – Explains lockdown to kids

    Available as a digital storybook and an animation, narrated by the children of R/GA’s creatives, From My Window is designed to help kids understand what’s going on during lockdown.

  • Dove – Self esteem project

    Dove – Self esteem project

    Low body confidence and self-esteem has a detrimental effect on learning outcomes and is linked to poorer concentration and less engagement in class.

    70% of young people are affected by low body confidence, but body confidence can be increased and learned.

    We believe every young person in your school should grow up feeling confident about their looks. That’s why we’ve developed Confident Me, a set of easy-to-use and evidence-based resources for those in schools working with Key Stage 3 students.

  • Speech and Language

    Speech and Language

    We have put together some games and activities for you to use with your child at home to encourage listening and speech sound skills.

    To produce clear speech a child needs to be able to hear the difference between different sounds as well as be able to make individual sounds. This is called discrimination and it is one of the most important skills your child needs to master for learning to read as well as talk.

  • Book of Beasties

    Book of Beasties

    Book of Beasties is a psychologist endorsed early intervention card game for schools and parents that aspires to raise emotional literacy, teach empathy, resilience and normalise the open conversation about mental health, whilst practicing alternative simple exercises to help cope should issues arise.

  • Coranavirus, explained – Nosy Crow

    Coranavirus, explained – Nosy Crow

    Coronavirus – A book for children by Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson & Nia Roberts. Created to help explain to children what is happening right now.

  • Breathe

    Breathe

    Designed to improve mental well-being, 5 literacy lessons guide your class to write, perform and video their explanation of the benefits of mindfulness and then performing a short meditation. This is perfect for self-reflection and awareness at times of potential stress whilst informing others of its benefits.