Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Useful resources

Reflection on lockdown activity

An activity to reflect on the lockdown period, and identify what you’ve learnt about yourself, to help you
deal with this change

Worried about coronavirus?

A booklet for young people aimed at helping you and your loved ones get through this period, and protect your mental health as best you can.

Parents’ Toolkit: Activities

Fun, educational and inspirational activities to keep everyone entertained at home

Guidance for passengers

Walking, cycling, and travelling in vehicles or on public transport during the coronavirus outbreak

Driving tests

Find out how driving tests are affected by coronavirus

Epic Friends

Helping you to help your friends who might be struggling to cope emotionally

Stress and the mind

A relaxation podcast from the Mental Health Foundation

ThinkNinja

A self-help knowledge and skills App for children and young people (10-18 years old)

Brook

Looking after yourself and your sexual health when services are limited

Parents Support

A free and confidential live chat for parents

Stay Informed

It’s important to stay informed, however there are lots of different sources providing varying information. This could be adding fuel to your anxiety/worries so we suggest going directly to reliable sources and ignore what’s on your feeds.

Be Responsible. Be Respectful.

Although most restrictions have now been lifted Covid-19 has not gone away. Take measures to keep yourself and others safe, such as:

  • Getting vaccinated – both jabs!
  • Getting tested twice a week at home with Lateral Flow Tests
  • Wearing a face covering in crowded places and on public transport
  • Washing your hands or using sanitiser regularly
  • Meeting others outdoors where possible or open windows when meeting indoors

Know The Symptoms

If you have symptoms of coronavirus, YOU MUST stay at home and book a test as soon as possible.

Face Masks Are Mandatory!

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