COVID-19 - Resources for Educational Settings
Please find attached resources, which we have put together to support all of our educational settings during the transition and recovery period following the Covid-19 outbreak. The Educational Psychology Service has developed the resources by consulting the research evidence, liaising nationally with Educational Psychology colleagues and collaborating locally with key teams and partners. Many thanks to the Early Learning and Childcare Team, Virtual School Team, TESS team and Targeted Youth Support Team for your valuable contributions.
The four topics are as follows:-
Wellbeing and resilience Transition, belonging and relationships Curriculum adaptation and re-engagement in learning Managing anxiety and uncertainty
They are designed as flexible, introductory resources, to generate ideas and support the initial planning of next steps. There is no set order to their delivery, although a suggested order may be the order set out above. Some settings may want to focus upon one particular resource and others may want to use them all. There may be an element within the resources which is particularly pertinent to your setting, and you may choose to focus upon this. The supplementary resource has relevance for all of the resources.
Wellbeing and Resilience Resources
Transition, Belonging and Relationships Resources
Curriculum Adaptation and Re-Engagement in Learning Resources
Managing Anxiety and Uncertainty Resources
Guidance on Supporting Children with SEND
What we do
We offer a range of advice, assessment, training and interventions to support children and young people 0-25 years old. We work with families, staff and other professionals in a range of settings, applying psychology to promote positive outcomes.
All our educational psychologists have approved professional qualifications and are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
The Educational Psychology Service is a not for profit organisation.