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Preparing to welcome more pupils back into school

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Twinkl and Mind have created a range of resources to support school staff wellbeing as more children start returning to school following the COVID-19 lockdown.

As staff start returning to school following the closures during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s natural to have concerns and worries. Whether your school is partially reopening with reduced pupil numbers, or fully reopening further down the line, the school experience will have transformed – and with that come new questions, fears and practical issues to deal with. Twinkl and Mind have created a range of resources that can help.

The page includes:

  • Leaflets showing you ways to manage feelings of stress and focus on your wellbeing,
  • A template for any member of staff to record a concern they might have, and make sure there is an action plan in place to resolve it, and
  • Ideas for how staff can be emotionally present for each other, despite needing to be physically distanced.

There are also regular new blogs about teachers’ experiences, and more resources being added all the time.

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