Find resources on teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, including support on facilitating effective home learning and returning to in-person teaching.
Actions for schools during the coronavirus outbreak This government guidance includes actions for schools during the coronavirus outbreak and explains what all schools will need to do during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Adapting teaching practice for remote education The UK Government have published guidance on adapting teaching practice for remote education. The considerations mentioned may help in adapting practices to best meet the needs of pupils.
Get help with remote education The UK Government have published guidance on how to get help with remote education. It provides information on how you can access guidance, resources and support for teachers and school leaders on educating pupils and students during coronavirus (COVID-19).
The government have published guidance on what school leaders, teachers and school staff need to do during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Safeguarding and remote education during coronavirus The UK government have published guidance on safeguarding and remote education. It helps you understand how to follow safeguarding procedures when planning remote education strategies and teaching remotely during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Return to school
Our Time (registered charity) have created a Primary school Covid-19 recovery PSHE programme. The Our Time Primary PSHE teacher guide is designed to support teachers in delivering the topics of mental health and mental illness as part of a Covid-19 recovery curriculum.
Evidence for Learning provide a think piece for educational professionals on ‘A Recovery Curriculum: Loss and Life for our children and schools post pandemic.’ It offers sharing of good practice and ways in which schools can prepare, adjustments to curriculum which are crucial, managing staff recovery, frameworks that will facilitate teaching with compassion etc.
The Anna Freud Centre is a world leading mental health charity for children, young people and their families. They have created a guide to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of pupils and students during periods of disruption.
Our Time is a registered charity providing interventions to children and young people whose parents have a mental illness. NHS Senior Clinical Psychologist, Dr Shreena Ghelani, has written an article on what parents need to know to get their kids ready to return to school.