Chris gives insight into how adopting a new routine and writing things down has helped in dealing the pandemic.
This blog was written by Alis Rowe who founded The Curly Hair Project, a social enterprise that supports people on the autistic spectrum. Alis provides advice on how to adjust to change such as having structure, keeping fit and finding new things to do.
This article talks about GCSE’s in 2020 from a student’s perspective and provides insight on how to keep going when struggling with mental health in relation to exams and isolating.
This is a story by Callum (aged 12) who explains what it is like having to miss school to self isolate. It touches on topics such as missing friends and activities and how to keep connected during this difficult period.
Emma Murray (Headteacher) shares how leadership skills during the time of lockdown helped her to hold on to her values and priorities, way beyond education.
Mhairi Underwood shares how The Student Room, the UK’s largest online student community, is supporting children and young people to connect and support each other through uncertainty, with a focus on maintaining hope that things will get better.
This is a set of podcasts recorded in the context of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the challenges faced by Londoners because of this. This episode, talks about education and the impact of Covid-19.