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COVID 19 - SEND updates and resources

Returning to school - support resources


This leaflet was produced by Achieving for Children in partnership with the Public Health Teams in Kingston and Richmond - Children returning to school - information for parents and carers (pdf)

Emotional Health Service presentation - Managing return to school worries for parents and children (pdf)

Emotional Health Service Resource Hub (opens a new window) - contains online self help resources include pre-recorded video workshops, helplines, online counselling and information leaflets to support emotional wellbeing.

This leaflet "Emotionally Related School Avoidance (pdf)" contains useful advice for parents and carers. Please note that the advice is general and was not written specifically about school avoidance to do with the Coronavirus situation. 

The SENDIASS for Richmond and Kingston has prepared a leaflet to respond to questions that they are hearing from families who are contacting them - Preparing for returning to schools – frequently asked questions (pdf)

ADHD Richmond and Kingston have put together the following guides:

Returning to school: Children with ADHD - Advice for parents (pdf)

Returning to school: Children with ADHD - Advice for teachers and teaching staff (pdf)

ADHD Richmond and Kingston are also offering the following webinars for parents and teachers. You can read more information and book a ticket on the links below:

3 Sept at 8:15pm - A webinar for parents: 'How to support your child with ADHD returning to school (opens a new window)

9 Sept at 8:15pm - A webinar for teachers: 'Supporting neurodiverse learners returning to school (opens a new window)