Children and Young People

Returning to School – We have prepared a Coronavirus Parents Guide to Returning Back to Primary School and an Advice sheet for Secondary School pupils, to help support you in managing your children’s return to school. Also included are additional useful resources, click here

The Returning, a story about returning to school, from dramatherapist Talya Bruck, click here

Silo’s Sadness is a story about bereavement from dramatherapist Talya Bruck, click here

The Children’s Society offers Covid-19 Support, Information and Helpful Mental Health Activities, click here

Government Guidance for parents on Supporting Young People’s Mental Health during this time, click here

The Mix – for under 25s – Understanding Coronavirus + How to Support Yourself, click here

Workbook and explanation of Coronavirus from Manuela Molina at Mind Heart, click here

Fighting The Big Virus, a story, video and free printable storybook/workbook in different languages by Piplo Productions-  for children and families click here

Coronavirus Story from ©ELSA Support, click here

My Story about Pandemics and the coronavirus, click here

An animation helping children understand about coronavirus, click here

Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children published by Nosy Crow, click here

The Stay Home Superheroes story written by Sophie Marsh and illustrated by Catherine Battle. The story is available for free but you are invited to make a charitable donation on the final page of the book. Click here

Dave the Dog is worried about the Coronavirus(free book written by an NHS nurse), click here

How not to go to School, click here

The Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson shows her characters social distancing, click here

Ronnie the Rogue helps answer some questions children might have about the coronavirus, click here

Therapeutic Story for Children- Hetty’s Lockdown, click here

For The Book of Hopes: Words and Pictures to Comfort, Inspire and Entertain Children in Lockdown, click here

Please also take a look at the other sections, Therapeutic and Well-being resources here, and Stories here and Activities and Learning here.