... and don't forget to check out the PE page for ideas to keep you physically active and how to meet up with your class for your weekly PE lesson.
Here's a link to a lovely ebook put together over the last few week's - see how many of your favourite authors you can spot. You can access the book by clicking on the title - The Book of Hopes
We have added some links you may find useful to help you through these tough times.
Child Bereavement UK - lots of useful tips on how to support children if someone they know becomes ill - click here to go to their website.
Winston's Wish - lots of useful tips on how to support children if someone they know becomes ill, plus they have volunteers available to offer support. To access their website click here
How to get support from Winston's Wish:
National Freephone Helpline*: 08088 020 021 (open 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday)
ASK email support: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crisis Messenger: Text WW to 85258 (available 24/7)
Online chat: click here (available 12 - 4pm, Wednesdays and Fridays)
*In order to protect our staff, our Helpline is currently operating a remote service. Please leave a message on our voicemail with your first name and a contact number (with area code) and a Helpline Practitioner will call you back from a withheld number as soon as possible.
Child Mind Institute - have information on supporting children through grief, their information sheet is here
Scholastic books - has a list of books which help children to understand death and grief - it can be found here
Some more ideas to support all the family with their well-being (from BUCKS MIND)
What's going on by Clare Shaw - here's a link to lovely book (online) that you could share with your child(ren) to discuss the current situation.
The Art of Brilliance has lots of ideas for positive thinking, with the mantra 'you are enough' at the heart of what they do. If you click on the link you'll go to their Youtube page where you can not only watch old videos but there is a new daily video to help us all cope with the situation we find ourselves in.
Click here for more information.