In critical times as these, it is very important that you keep yourselves safe. Below are some very useful websites and guides to help you with keeping safe, Mental Health and support with Remote Learning.
Learn how to set parental controls on YouTube with this helpful tutorial video. It tells you about the options you have when it comes to keeping your kids safe on YouTube, and shows you 4 ways to set parental controls.
There are lots of things out there to help with boredom, worries or to get up to date news and information. Here’s a selection.
- If you are a child, you can read the Nurse Dotty book, Dave the dog is worried about coronavirus.
- if you’re a young person, you can look at this poster to find out more about coronavirus (PDF).
- Monkey Wellbeing has lots of fun stuff and information to help young patients.
- BBC’s Newsround has quizzes, games and information about coronavirus for children and young people.
- If you’re feeling worried or anxious when things are changing around you, get in touch with ChildLine by phone, email, text or online, look up the Young Minds advice, or if you are 13+ you can use the Kooth app.
- Have a look at The Mix for lots of help and advice for young people.
- Indoor Explorers also has fun stuff for all ages to do indoors – give it a look!
- You may also want to use some of our other things to help talk about feelings, like our emoji cards, or to do some mindfulness colouring in using our ‘rights’ posters!
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