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To help support families during the coronavirus pandemic, CYC's educational psychology team has created a booklet with information about how parents can look after their own emotional health, and support their children, which you may find useful:

"Extra mental health support for pupils and teachers" 

Read the article hereAdvice and information on mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak can be found here.

Links to sites offering reassurance to young people about Covid-19.


Other Useful Websites and Resources:


  • Headspace is offering a lot of free guided meditations and mindfulness sessions at the moment, that might be helpful for young people and parents.
  • Stop, Breathe & Think  - The app for meditation & mindfulness, has a unique approach that allows you to check in with your emotions
  • Clear Fear - Award winning app to help anxiety using cognitive behaviour techniques.




School Wellbeing Services: We are aware that many young people and families are experiencing worries about the current situation. This is our Helpful Workbooks to give children positive activities to consider for their emotional wellbeing:


Different children will deal with situations in different ways. There's no 'one size fits all' solution to supporting kids through the pandemic, so make sure you have regular chats to scope how they're coping.  SWS have developed a primary and secondary ‘managing uncertainty’ workbook:


This leaflet, which is specifically designed for pupils, explains what stress is, the causes of stress and how it can be reduced. Using child-friendly language, this leaflet is suitable to be given to pupils in order to help them understand and manage the emotions they may experience.