Department for Education Guidance on Summer 2021 Exams – This page is due to be updated by the department following the announcement on Summer Exams. Watch this space! Click here.
Support for Young People
It’s important to look after your mental health during this difficult time. Here is a thread on things you can do if the current health news is making you anxious and affecting you. Click here.
Youth Employment UK
FREE Skills & Careers Activities Booklet For Young People! Youth Employment UK have produced a booklet for young people aged 14-24, filled with really useful information and activities to help young people boost their skills for life and work! Click here.
Finding your future campaign
The DFN Foundation and the National Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Employment Forum (NSEF) have joined forces to launch ‘Finding Your Future’. The campaign has been created to support & motivate young people with learning disabilities and autism to maintain positivity & momentum. Click here.
Department for Education
A list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. The free online subject-specific resources are to help children to learn at home in English, maths, science, PE, wellbeing, SEND. Click here.
Support for Parents/ Carers
Whether you’re at school or at home, you can use BBC Teach for free.The websites are home to thousands of free educational videos, guides and audio clips, as well as an archive of Live Lessons. Click here.
Action For Children
Online digital support for parents is up and running for parents of 0-19 year olds (previously was under 5s). Parents can speak either online or via phone about anything really from finances to behaviour to worry and anxiety. Click here.
DiAS have had quite a few questions from parents and carers about that changes taking place at school and in wider SEND services during coronavirus. Click the link to see the questions and answers about corona virus, school, education and SEND. Click here.
Looking after yourself, looking after your children
Educational Psychology Service, Plymouth City Council have put together a document for looking after your children and yourself during Covid-19. Click here.
Here are some useful national websites that will provide more information on the options available to you and support you with your decision making.
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You can also find additional links and signposts on the local area sections at the top of this page.