Coronavirus: resources for building resilience toolkit #6

Our sixth coronavirus toolkit is full of resilience-building resources for children, school staff and parents and carers.

Coronavirus Toolkit 6

Date published: 01/06/2020

When we experience sudden or unsettling change, one thing that can help us cope is resilience. Resilience helps us deal with the emotions a new situation may cause, and helps us bounce back from difficulties we might encounter.

Being resilient is an emotional skill and is something we can develop and build, both as children and as adults. The resources in this toolkit are all about resilience and coping with change, which we hope will be useful for children, school staff and parents and carers alike.

As some schools prepare to see more pupils return, building and nurturing resilience will be more important than ever. 

Suitable for:

  • early years children
  • Key Stage 1 pupils
  • Key Stage 2 pupils
  • school staff
  • parents and carers.

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