Parent Support for COVID home learning

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  • 25 Jan 2021
Covid-19

This resource is a guide for parents. The resource can be used to support and reassure parents who have children learning at home. The resource can be edited in order to adapt it for use in your context.

Benefits of using this resource to send to parents to help them with observing difficulties during lockdown learning
 

Suitable for: A parent/carer

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