pupil sitting at a desk looking at a computer

Supporting pupil wellbeing during lockdown

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Covid-19

In March, nurseries, schools and colleges closed their doors to all but the children of key workers and those who fell into the ‘vulnerable’ category. Teachers were suddenly faced with finding ways to support the emotional wellbeing of every child and young person in their care, some of whom were in school and others who were home-schooled. The SENCOs in this article outline the primacy of maintaining relationships between home and school and ensuring that a sense of belonging and community is continued.

Full access to this resource is available for:


Free

You must be logged in to to get access

LOG IN

You may be interested in

two women talking at a desk

SEND Remote Learning Reflection Questions

  • General
  • 05 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

This resource is to assist your reflection on the provision of remote learning for SEND pupils within your setting.

image representing the COVID-19 virus

SEND Data in England

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

Alex Grady, Interim Head of Whole School SEND, outlines the latest data published by the Department for Education and raises some questions and points for consideration.

young child attends online class

Challenges of Remote Learning

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

John Salmon, from Bright Heart Education, reflects on how support for tutees had to be adopted during lockdown and how tutees responded to a new way of working.

boy sitting at a desk sitting in an online school lesson

The Covid Crisis – a SENCOs Reflection

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

Claire Race, a mainstream primary teacher shares her thoughts about the impact of lockdown on schools and pupils.

pupil sitting at a desk looking at a computer

Supporting pupil wellbeing during lockdown

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

Julie Wharton, Senior Lecturer at the University of Winchester shares stories of how SENCOs and their settings supported the emotional well-being of pupils during lockdown