Resources for children and young people

Back into school resources

BBC Bitesize

The BBC has put together a number of short videos and games to get you excited about starting school as well as offer support with some of the main questions you may have – some of these are answered my students themselves!

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Help at Hand

 

 

If you’re in care, leaving care, living away from home or working with children’s services, Help at Hand can offer you free support, advice and information. Find out more and contact the service:

Children’s Commissioner – Help at Hand

Looking after your mental health

Some children told us that they struggle to attend school due to feelings of anxiety, or other mental health worries. Find guides for how to talk about your mental health and how to find support from charity Mind:

Mind – How to get help and support for young people

The Children’s Commissioner heard from half a million children and young people across England and a lot of them said that they were worried about their mental health. This short flyer for primary school pupils can help you to talk about your feelings and shares where to find more support:

Let’s talk about your feelings – primary

The charity Young Minds provides lots of guides and advice for understanding, supporting and managing your metal health as well as real stories from young people who have struggled with their mental health:

Young Minds – We are here for you

The Children’s Commissioner heard from half a million children and young people across England and a lot of them said that they were worried about their mental health. This short flyer for secondary school students can help you to talk about your feelings and shares where to find more support:

Let’s talk about your feelings – secondary

Support for young carers

Are you looking for advice or support for yourself or another young carer? Local projects can offer professional guidance, connect young carers with other young carers, and provide important breaks from caring responsibilities. Follow the link to find your local service:

Young Carers Local Service Finder

The Young Carers Support App enables young and young adult carers in the UK to find information and advice, self-help resources, wellbeing tips and activities, plus a catalogue of support services – all in one place. Follow the link to download the app:

Young Carers Support App

Warwickshire Young Carers and the University of Warwick have worked together to try and put all of the information and links you need for help with Post-16 options in one place in an E-Book so that young carers can access it quickly and easily. You can read the E-book here:

A guide to help young carers with Post-16 options

As a young carer you have a right to be supported and to get the help you need. Carers Trust have put together this guide to support you identify the support available to you. Follow this link to find out about your rights:

Young carers – know your rights

How do families arriving from Ukraine apply for a school place and childcare? Як родинам, що приїжджають з України, подавати заяви на отримання місць у школі та допомоги з оплати послуг з догляду за дитиною?

All children and young people arriving in England from Ukraine via the family route or the sponsorship route have the right to access education whilst in the UK. The best place for all school-age children to be educated is in schools. The Department for Education have provided guidance on applying for a school place here:

How do families arriving from Ukraine apply for a school place and childcare? / Як родинам, що приїжджають з України, подавати заяви на отримання місць у школі та допомоги з оплати послуг з догляду за дитиною?

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