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Risks and protective factors


The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has brought many new and unexpected challenges to children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

In the current climate, it is more important than ever that we support children and young people’s mental health. That’s why we’ve created free resources and toolkits for school staff, parents and carers.

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Young people’s wellbeing guide for stressful situations

A guide for young people, by young people, about coping with stressful situations and advice on how to manage them.

Looking back and planning ahead toolkit

We’ve put together this toolkit to help you and your pupils reflect on 2020, and manage any end-of-term anxieties. We’re also sharing some resources to support the wellbeing of staff and parents and carers during this time.

Back to school: Barnardo's See, Hear, Respond Hub

A collection of useful resources for families to help them support their children as they return to school.

Staff wellbeing planning pack

To help and support others, we need to start with ourselves. This document includes ideas, links to resources and activities to support staff wellbeing.

Separation anxiety: tools for teachers

Following lockdown, some children may have increased anxiety about returning to school, particularly separation anxiety at leaving their parents and carers.

Reframing thoughts activity for school staff

This simple template can be used by anyone to identify unhelpful or negative thoughts, and try to reframe them in order to reduce their feelings of distress or anxiety.