Strategies to support children's wellbeing on the return to school

The Early Intervention Foundation share strategies to support social and emotional wellbeing as children return to school after lockdown.

EIF Supporting Wellbeing

Developing pupils' social and emotional skills should always be a focus for schools, but it has become even more important during the coronavirus crisis.

This toolkit of strategies shares many useful, practical ideas for support your pupils' social and emotional wellbeing as they return to school.

You can find more resources to support social and emotional wellbeing during the return to school on the EIF's website.

 

Using this resource

This resource is designed for use by:

  • school staff

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