St Lewis' Catholic Primary School

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The following information has been circulated by Warrington Borough Council and is a list of resources to share with children about Coronavirus. 

Resources for talking to children about Coronavirus British Psychological Society tips for talking to young people Newsround video clip for children Tips for families Conic book style story about coronavirus Social story Guide for parents and professionals Animation for older children  A comic exploring coronavirus for young people Comprehensive guide for adults to manage a range of situations related to coronavirus Advice for parents of children with SEN  Advice from The Child Mind Institute   ELSA coronavirus story for children  Parent resources from National Association of School Psychologists Easy read information page about coronavirus


Anxiety Resources (generic and targeted) World Health Organisation advice for maintaining good mental health at this time  To support young people in managing virus related anxiety  Advice for managing the volume of anxiety inducing news  

Range of resources from American Psychiatric Association Generic tips from Anna Freud Centre  Generic tips to support good mental health website with activities to support children experiencing anxiety. Their YouTube channel has guided videos with relaxation, deep breathing and meditations List of creative ways to practice deep breathing


Connect 2 Advocacy

Advocacy may look different  but we still want to connect with YOU. Our advocacy services are still available even though  we can’t meet face to face. We are connecting with  people by phone, email, video and social media.

Parents As Emotion And Social Skills Coaches

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Happy? OK? Sad?

Whether you’re feeling great and want to stay that way, you’re a bit fed up; or you’re struggling to manage your feelings, this site has links to information and tips ranging from how to boost your mood, to where to get help if you’re unable to cope.

Our Frontline

Our Frontline offers round-the-clock one-to-one support, by call or text, from trained volunteers, plus resources, tips and ideas to look after your mental health.

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Thinkuknow - How To Support Your Child At Home

Schools across the UK are now closed to most families. No doubt this is a worrying time for many parents and carers. Children will be spending more time online at home while they do their school work and socialise with friends - so how can you keep them safe and support them whilst they are online?