The outbreak of coronavirus has had a massive impact on us, all both personally and professionally.
We have gathered and collated information from how to prevent the spread of the virus to how to protect your own mental health during lock-down and beyond.
Please avail of any information here and we hope it will help in some small way!
A word from Mr Rafferty
Preventing the spread
Online safety advice from the Education Authority
A link to talk about COVID-19 when schools are closed.
Wayne Denner's website that provides information on all things online which can be shared with parents.
The NSPCC are also offering tips for online safety and in particular social media. (NetAware)
ThinkUKnow Online Safety Packs
Childcare and the pandemic
How to recognise signs of poor mental health and provides self-help tips and ideas to improve your wellbeing.
How you can look after your mental health during lockdown
Take 5 steps to well-being
Simple steps that we can implement into our lives that can make a big difference to our mental health
Looking after your mental health and well being throughout the pandemic
Coronavirus and mental health
Coronavirus and mental health for young people
Government guidance on supporting young people throughout the pandemic
NHS guidance on supporting young people throughout the pandemic
- Directory of MH & EW services
- Google Classroom Guidance
- Involvement Network Issue 1
- Microsoft Teams Guidance
- My Hero is You
- Safer Schools App
- Staying Safe
- Tips for parents
- Think U Know Primary Guidance
- Think U Know Secondary Guidance
- COVID-19 Weekly Family Support Hub Newsletter
- What just happened?
- COVID-19 Management Flow Chart
- Department Platforms
- Make It Count!
- A place for me to be!
- Telephone Support Lines for Young People
- Surviving Separation