All Saints' Church of England School
Dear Parents and Carers,
We hope you are now all accessing 'Google Classroom' with ease, but if not please do get in touch by either calling the school on 0208 455 9091 or by emailing us at email@example.com so we can arrange a different style of learning for you and your family.
Below are a range of help sheets, advice, and information documents that can be used alongside the daily lessons provided by the class teachers. These will give you ideas and support for other aspects of your child's daily routine such as exercise and emotional well-being, as well as some useful tips and advice for us adults too!
- Apps to help manage screentime and content at home
- Net Nanny: Net Nanny uses Artificial Intelligence to block content before your child sees it. The app enables you to monitor your family’s digital habits, limit screen time, and block specific apps and websites.
- Mobile Guardian for Home: You can block apps, websites, and YouTube content. It also enables device tracking and digital curfews for bedtime.
- QTIME: QTIME is not an app. It is an attachment for PS4 and XBOX. It plugs in to set up an allowance and a time window each day of the week using your phone app. Once the time is up, QTIME turns the TV screen off automatically.
- Childline: Launch of Calm Zone - an online hub of calming techniques and resources for young people to help them feel better when they feel anxious, scared or sad.
- Coronavirus - A Book for Children - https://nosycrowcoronavirus.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Coronavirus_ABookForChildren.pdf
- Axel Scheffler, illustrator of The Gruffalo has created Coronavirus: A Book for Children from Nosy Crow Books. The book is completely free to download and is aimed at helping primary aged children understand the immense changes happening around the world. This is an invaluable book for parents who are looking to support their younger children and offer some reassurance.
- Coronavirus: supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing Source: Public Health England, 30/03/2020. Public Health England (PHE) has published advice for parents and carers on looking after the mental health and wellbeing of children or young people during the coronavirus outbreak. The guidance covers: helping children and young people cope with stress; how children and young people of different ages may react; children and young people who are accessing mental health services; children and young people with learning disabilities; autistic children and young people; children and young people who care for others; and bullying. The guidance will be updated in line with the changing situation.
- Click here for a link to Father Robin's weekly assembly.
- Click here for a link to Oak Academy’s weekly assembly.
Please also click on the buttons below for other resources and articles supporting physical exercise, medical updates and online safety etc.
- Coronavirus: A Book for children
- The Daily Mile
- Explaining Coronavirus to little children
- Help with teaching children at home
As always wishing you all the very best.
Ms Dyson and Staff at All Saints
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