Some lovely resources for helping your child during the Summer and getting back to school

File icon: pdf COVID19_006_My Back to School Bubble_English.pdf [pdf 13MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Barnardo's Returning to School Life After Lockdown Guide_Final PDF With Editable Boxes.pdf [pdf 2MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Supporting-Children-Returning-to-School-After-the-Lockdown.pdf [pdf 598KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf selfcaresummer-primary-pack.pdf [pdf 5MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf mindfulness-calendar-daily-5-minute-activities.pdf [pdf 601KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf coronavirus-toolkit-return-to-school.pdf [pdf 3MB] Click to download

Child Friendly Explanations of Coronavirus

Nosy Crow - children's book

File icon: pdf dave-the-dog-coronavirus-1-1.pdf [pdf 7MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Child_Friendly_Explanation_of_Coronavirus (1).pdf [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf CCO Children's Guide to Coronavirus.pdf [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf cco-childrens-guide-to-coronavirus (1).pdf [pdf 1MB] Click to download

Amazon Audible

While schools are closed Amazon are providing stories for children to listen to - and it's free to use!!

Children's Stories

Yorkshire Water Home Learning

Here you will find activities that can be done in the home and garden, and these will support topic based learning whilst still meeting national curriculum requirements -

Home Learning

Yesterday, Yorkshire water launched the first of their home learning videos – all about the Water Cycle.  You can see the film on their YouTube channel here -

Water Cycle

Some Helpful Information 

ELSA Free Online Resourses

Below is a free link for support at home,

If families are having trouble explaining what is happening right now or are dealing with anxiety this could be really helpful!

ELSA Resources

Tips for Talking to Your Child About Coronavirus

Talking to your childabout Coronavirus - Link to the Young Minds Website

Ten tips from our Parents Helpline

  1. Try not to shield your child from the news, as it’s likely they will find out somehow from school, being online or from friends.
  2. Talk to your child about what is going on. you could start by asking them what they have heard.
  3. Try to answer their questions and reassure them in an age appropriate manner. Remember, you do not need to know all the answers, but talking can help them feel calm.
  4. Reassure your child that it is unlikely they will get seriously ill, and if they do you feel ill you will look after them. Your child might be concerned about who will look after you if you catch the virus. Let them know the kind of support you have as an adult so that they don’t feel they need to worry about you.
  5.  Give some practical tips to your child about how they can look after themselves. For example, show them how to wash their hands properly, and remind them when they should be doing it.
  6. Keep as many regular routines as possible, so that your child feels safe and that things are stable.
  7. Spend time doing a positive activity with your child (e.g. reading, playing, painting, cooking) to help reassure them and reduce their anxiety. This is also a great way of providing a space for them to talk through their concerns, without having a ‘big chat’. For activities ideas, visit our starting a conversation with your child guide. 
  8. Encourage your child to think about the things they can do to make them feel safer and less worried.
  9. Be aware that your child may want more close contact with you at this time and feel anxious about separation. Try to provide this support whenever possible.
  10. Remember to look after yourself too. If you yourself are feeling worried, or anxious about coronavirus, talk to someone you trust who can listen and support you.


TTS Activity Packs

TTS have produced some activity packs for you to work on with your children.

File icon: pdf My_Activity_Book_Yrs_7_11.pdf [pdf 22MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf My_Activity_Book_Yrs_5_7.pdf [pdf 25MB] Click to download

Chatta Club

As a school with a subscription to Chatta they are providing daily activities for families, including Chatta app access and help/support.
They will send an activity every day and support parents/carers with any help needed.
This is a link to a flyer explaining how parents can join.

Chatta Club

The Kid Should See This

Some interseting videos for kids to watch -


cbeebies radio

Some nice stories to listen to -