Resources – SEND
- With the help of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust the National Autistic Society have created a guidance about Managing anxiety in children and young people on the autism spectrum
National Autistic Society
- Preparing for an autistic pupil’s return to school – a guide for teachers.
- Back to school – a guide for parents (1 June 2020)
- Supporting children and young people with SEND as schools and colleges prepare for wider opening
- Local lockdowns. What schools, colleges, nurseries, childminders, early years and other educational settings need to do if there’s a local lockdown during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Published 1 July
- Special schools and other specialist settings. Guidance for special educational settings to prepare for the September return of pupils with special education needs and disability (SEND). Published 2 July
- Parents and carers. Two documents for parents and carers have been merged and updated with information on welcoming additional pupils, wearing face coverings, and added information on safety in schools. Updated 2 July
Public Health England
Shielded children and young people
- The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has updated it’s guidance for clinicians regarding children and young people shielding and reports that not all those children and young people who are currently advised to shield need to continue to do so.
MENCAP have created an easy read guide about face coverings Wearing a face covering in England 190620
Some people do not have to wear face coverings on public transport. (Information from GOV.uk) (For example; because you have a disability that means you cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering, or because it causes severe distress).
Keep Safe have created these cards for people to carry with them to help explain why they are not wearing a mask if someone asks them in public.