If you’re a child or young person you’ll probably have questions about what the latest government advice about staying at home means for you.
It can be quite confusing to understand, and you may feel worried and anxious we are in another lockdown.
The important thing to remember is that you are not alone. There are people and organisations that are here to help you get through this difficult time.
For most, the first place to go for help and information around school and learning during lockdown will be your school. The school website should have information about how school is working during lockdown, or you may have had a letter or an email explaining things already.
If you are worried, it might help to contact someone at school. This might be your form tutor, the SENDCO, your head of year, or a teaching assistant. If you have an email address for that person or a school phone number use that. They will be happy to hear from you.
We are also here to help with information, advice and support around your education. We can help you find the right information and support to manage any challenges you face. Contact us to find out more to to speak to us.
Anna, one of our Children & Young Person’s workers, explains how we work and how we can help.
We thought it might be helpful to answer a few questions that have come up since the announcement of the lockdown. We’ll update and add to this over time.