Coronavirus and the impact on your duty of care
We are sharing free courses and resources to help you safeguard and protect children and young people at this difficult time.
The impact of the Coronavirus is affecting us in many ways.
Please find links below to recommendations for good practice, the latest news, free courses and resources that can help.
Please share this page with anybody you feel may benefit from this free information.
Free Webinar series: Ask the experts
To support schools during the Coronavirus crisis, we ran a series of free webinars addressing the issues affecting schools at this time.
The webinars featured presentations from some of our expert partners such as Childnet, Winston's Wish and NWG about the key issues and shared good practice on keeping children and young people safe.
Click below to find out more about the series.Find out more
EduSafe® : Free online wellbeing resources
Please share with your community of children and young people & parents and carers.
These resources will help you to ensure that your community can access high-quality information on safeguarding and duty of care whilst schools are closed.
This allows you to be confident that all complementary pastoral resources that you signpost to are reliable and have been written in partnership with leading experts.
Normally these resources are only available to our customers but we are sharing to help support schools at this time.
To access the resources, please click below.
Sign up below using your email address and you'll be able to access our resources hub.
- Supporting children and young people with anxiety
- Supporting children and young people with loneliness
- Supporting children and young people with bereavement
- Privacy and security support
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Want to plan further staff training?
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Tes Covid-19 guide
Resources and information for primary & secondary schools
Tes Coronavirus Hub
With school closures in the UK from Monday 23rd March, and ongoing school closures in many parts of the world, the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak is affecting the worldwide teaching community in new, unforeseen and profound ways.
Our owners, Tes, have created this page to facilitate the sharing of free resources and information on coronavirus, as well as anything that might help support teachers, schools and students during this time, such as revision material, home packs and self-guided study material. You will also find here links to the most up-to-date news from our editorial team as the situation develops.
Our latest news and information
Check back here for any updates and developments as we have them.
Coronavirus: Advice from our expert partners
We have asked our network of expert partners, what their advice is to help keep everyone safe as we learn to safeguard in new waysRead more
Coronavirus and attendance
Coronavirus (COVID-19): attendance recording for educational settingsRead more
Coronavirus and communication
To support schools we are sharing Coronavirus news that relates specifically to safeguarding and duty of care. Today we are looking at how to communicate with your community.Read more
Coronavirus and thinking on your feet
We are in a totally new situation. We want to engage with people in schools and create a forum where we can exchange ideas.Read more
Coronavirus and school closures
To support schools we are sharing Coronavirus news that relates specifically to safeguarding and duty of care. Today we are looking at the impact of school closures.Read more
What is the Coronavirus Bill?
To support schools we are sharing Coronavirus news that relates specifically to safeguarding and duty of care. Today we are looking at the Coronavirus Bill.Read more
Continuity of our service
To support our staff wellbeing and follow Government advice, EduCare is now operating via remote working. We will continue to operate as 'business as usual' to fully support all our customers' needs.Read more
Safeguarding and Coronavirus – how to protect your pupils remotely
What protocols should you follow in the event of a school closure?Read more