If you are looking for a school for your child in Hampshire please follow this link
During Covid-19 your child might be homeschooled. No one expects you to act as a teacher, or provide the activities and feedback that school would. You can speak to your child’s school, which will be planning work for your child to do.
Alongside the support from your school try using these online educational resources.
gov.uk/guidance/ gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary
Getting your child to talk openly about what's bothering them can be hard. Hampshire county council has a list of services available to support your child if they would like someone to talk to.
Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services is a service that can provide support to a child and their family if someone is experiencing emotional wellbeing or mental health difficulties.
Hampshire Youth Action provides counselling, advice and support for children and young people aged 5 to 17 across Hampshire. They can also give you advice and information to anyone concerned about a child or young persons emotional wellbeing.
Healthy Schools in Hampshire
Hampshire Health in Education is a public health programme for all early years and school settings in Hampshire. Their aim is to support you to take a whole setting approach to health and wellbeing supporting children, young people, and their families.Healthy Schools in Hampshire
If you’re splitting up or divorcing you might find that sorting out the practicalities can be overwhelming. Please follow the tools and information to support your child through this process.