Below are a range of helpful resources for settings and parents during the Covid-19 pandemic
Training and e-learning
- Psychological first aid in emergencies training for frontline staff and volunteers | Public Health England - Staff and volunteers at the forefront of the national coronavirus response across England will be able to access a new Psychological First Aid training course from today
During this stressful and cooped-up time, don’t let the pressure of parenting get you down. Try these simple tips and tricks, formulated by researchers and NHS mental health experts, which are backed by science and proven to work with families
Explaining Coronavirus to children
- Click here for a helpful pdf | Help support children to understand simple facts about coronavirus with this very useful tool.
Home learning resources
- FREE! - EYFS Reception School Closure Home Learning Resource Pack | The Twinkl teams have been working hard to put together free home learning packs for EYFS and each year group
- Free home learning activities | TTS have created a curriculum-focused independent learning resource with over 40 home learning activities all planned and all prepared! It includes an Early Years activity pack.
Quit for Covid
COVID-19 is a respiratory infection, it affects the lungs and airways. Smoking damages the lungs and weakens the immune system. This makes it more likely that a smoker will have complications and that it will take them longer to recover.
- Parents who want to quit don't have to go it alone. For more information about the support available visit www.todayistheday.co.uk or call Healthy Cornwall on 01209 615600.
Current UK Coronavirus guidance | Gov.uk
Coronavirus (Covid-19) What you need to know | Public Health England
Check your symptoms | NHS 111 Online
Parenting through coronavirus | Institute of Health Visiting
Cornwall Coronavirus Emergency Appeal
The Cornwall Coronavirus Emergency Appeal has been launched to enable people to donate, safe in the knowledge that their donation will be used to help Cornish people feed their families and survive during the Coronavirus crisis.