Supporting a child returning to school after lockdown. After being off school for so long, it is only natural that many young people will be worried about returning to school. from our Parents Helpline team on how you can support your child to transition back to school life: Click here for more information
A useful and free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler. Click here for more information
Helpful resources and tips and everything you need to know about coronavirus, with real life examples of the challenges autistic people and their families are facing. Brought to you by the National Autistic Society, click here to find out more.
Brought to you by the office of The Children’s Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield, Help at Hand is supports children and young people living in care as well as the professionals working with them. Click here for more information
The brilliant Welcome Foundation has everything you need to get your family thinking like scientists; the topics are fun and exciting and really spark curiosity whether you like animals, space, how things work or are just looking for some cool experiments you can try at home, there is something to interest everyone. Click here for more information
Tutis Foster Care’s Children’s Guide to Foster care for under 11’s. Click here for more information
Guide to foster care for older children and teenagers. Tutis Foster care’s Young Person’s Guide to Fostering click here