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Request parenting support during COVID-19 outbreak

During this unprecedented time of social distancing/ self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic, parents are faced with new roles, which come with new challenges. Parenting/ managing with children at home can great fun, but can also be very tough too. We can help provide some of the additional support you may require.

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Talking to children about COVID-19

News of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is everywhere, many parents are wondering how to bring up the epidemic in a way that will be reassuring and not make kids more worried than they already may be. 

Covid19 advice for parents when a child is unwell or injured poster 

Coronavirus Specific Guides: 

Coronavirus - A Book for Children

'FACE' COVID for children  

Children's guide to coronavirus 

Coping with stress for children

Talking to children about illness

Pregnancy Guidance

Pregnancy can be an exciting time, but it is likely that Coronavirus outbreak has caused you to feel anxious and worried. If you are pregnant and worried about coronavirus, here are some links for further advice.

Coronavirus Maternity Leaflet - Parent Information

Coronavirus Maternity Leaflet - Planning Your Birth  

Your pregnancy and baby guide

Coronavirus infection and pregnancy

Health and Wellbeing

Taking care of your mind as well as your body is really important while staying at home because of coronavirus (COVID-19).

You may feel bored, frustrated or lonely. You may also be low, worried or anxious, or concerned about your finances, your health or those close to you. It's important to remember that it is OK to feel this way and that everyone reacts differently.

Remember, this situation is temporary and, for most of us, these difficult feelings will pass. Staying at home may be difficult, but you are helping to protect yourself and others by doing it.

The tips and advice here are things you can do now to help you keep on top of your mental wellbeing and cope with how you may feel while staying at home. Make sure you get further support if you feel you need it.

Public Health England

Every Minds Matters

Mental Health UK

Mental Health Foundation

Young Minds


Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

Home Schooling

As people around the world continue to self-isolate amid the coronavirus pandemic, parents have found themselves taking on a new role as teachers.

However, even with remote help from real teachers, many parents have found the stay-at-home teaching model to be quite difficult.

From children begging to return to school to parents admitting they aren’t able to figure out their child’s homework, these are the issues parents are facing.

Whilst at this time of Social Distancing/Self-Isolation, Parenting/Managing with children at home can be lots of fun but can also be very challenging too. We can help, as we deliver virtual groups and on line support. Click here to view our Online Parenting course details

Here are a number of links to help you with your home schooling.

Pre School



BBC Tiny Happy People


Early Learning

123 Home School


Primary School


Oxford Owl

BBC Tiny Happy People

Primary Resources

Teaching Resources

Chatter Pack

123 Home School


Secondary School


Teaching Resources

Chatter Pack


Accessible Resources

Teaching Resources

People First

Coronavirus Easy Read

Public Health England Easy Read


Getting Active

The Body Coach

Woodland Trust


We are Teachers

The PE Shed



Something Different

Edinburgh Zoo

Community Support

There will be many vulnerable people in our community who will have to self-isolate. This site will provide a central location for the vulnerable that are unable to seek help from family, friends and neighbours. You can request help, volunteer to help and find useful resources.


Worcester Wellbeing Hub

Bromsgrove Support

Redditch Support