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Plymouth Educational Psychology Service Updates and Signposting to Resources

Many of these documents and resources below contain links to further information and guidance

Advice and information for children, families and young people

Advice for parents and carers on looking after the mental health and wellbeing of children or young people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Managing uncertainty in children and young people

Icon for pdf LEAP PAIRS Helping Babies Young Children Parents and Carers in the Covid-19 crisis [331.72KB]

Icon for pdf Supporting the most vulnerable children and young people interactive [12.69MB]

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Helpline Flyer [131.79KB]

Icon for pdf Wellbeing and mental health for schools and colleges [54.08KB]

If you are worried about Coronavirus

The Anna Freud Website provides a range of resources and practice guidance to support social emotional mental health and wellbeing for vulnerable children and their families. It incorporates advice for professionals alongside information for children, young people, parents and carers. 

Information for schools and settings

Every Mind Matters - Materials for children and young people to help with their mental health

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Service Communication to Schools [93.55KB]

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Critical Incident Support [414.41KB]

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Schools bereavement guidance (COVID-19) [502.43KB]

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Early Years Setting - Critical Incident Support (COVID-19) [413.2KB]

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Early Years Bereavement Guidance (COVID-19) [200.66KB]

Icon for pdf Educational Psychology Service - Helpline Flyer [131.79KB]

Return to School and Transition Planning

Reset, Recovery and Rebuild: a roadmap for schools to support wellbeing and learning following the gradual lifting of pandemic restrictions

Return to school booklet for Social, Emotional, Mental Health and Wellbeing

Icon for pdf Guidance for Schools: COVID-19 Arrangements for Enhanced Transitions Planning for children transitioning from Year 6 to Year 7 [239.8KB]

Icon for pdf Transition Vulnerability Assessment Scale Early Years [63.13KB]

Icon for pdf Transition Vulnerability Assessment Scale School Age [62.92KB]

Icon for powerpoint Back to School after COVID -19 [3.58MB]

Icon for pdf Nasen DfE Return to School Handbook [5.54MB]

Icon for pdf 2020 Transition Recovery and Learning (Primary Schools) [2.75MB]

Icon for pdf 2020 Transition Recovery and Learning (Secondary Schools) [3.39MB]

Resources to support pupils who experience Emotionally Based School Avoidance (EBSA)

Icon for pdf EBSA Guidance for Children [231.95KB]

Icon for pdf EBSA Guidance for Young People [615.09KB]

Icon for pdf EBSA Guidance for Parents [1.06MB]

Icon for pdf EBSA Guidance for Schools [2.05MB]

Resources for educators and parents/carers to support young people following the Keyham critical incident - August 2021.

Icon for pdf Parent Guidlines For Helping Youths After Recent Shootings [78.64KB]

Icon for pdf Talking To Children About Recent Shootings [57.68KB]

Icon for pdf Providing Psychological First Aid Teachers [320.63KB]

Icon for pdf Providing Psychological First Aid Support Staff [317.48KB]

Icon for pdf Providing Psychological First Aid Principals and Administrators [318.93KB]

Icon for pdf Providing Psychological First Aid Parent Tips For Helping Infants and Toddlers After Disasters [302.55KB]

Icon for pdf Providing Psychological First Aid Parent Tips For Helping School Age Children After Diasters [238.1KB]

Icon for pdf Providing Psychological First Aid Parent Tips For Helping Adolescents After Diasters [237.29KB]

Icon for pdf Helping Youths After Community Trauma Tips for Educators [78.71KB]

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