Running to school after lockdown in India and UK and other all our world
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the continued levels of restrictions in place across the UK, india and etc. Country is an unprecedented situation that continues to affect our lives. It will be hard to gauge the full impact the situation is having on children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing until we emerge from it.
Pupils’ experiences of the pandemic will be very varied. Some, despite restrictions, will feel safe and mostly enjoy their time. For others, it will be challenging or even traumatic. Schools and teachers are used to supporting their pupils through challenges that they face in life – the current situation will amplify those situations many times over. School after lockdown
This guide aims to:
Outline the scale of the challenge that schools and young people are facing.
Provide practical advice, activities and support.
With thanks to our colleagues for reviewing this guidance:
Andy Langford – Clinical Director, Cruse Bereavement Care
Medway Primary SENCO group
Dover Primary Leaders’ Group
Terry Bennett & Darren Rubin, St John and St Paul Federation, Tower Hamlets
Kevin Smart & Rebecca Smith. Leadership Advisors Medway LA
Dr Robin Precey, Canterbury Christ Church University
Teachers from our Peer Education Project schools