|Online safety is a high priority for us in this time where online access is so important for children's education. Visit this parent resource hub for lots of information about areas that your children are accessing and where to spot possible dangers.|
|Give money to Maple Grove while you are shopping. Register here.|
|Register for YouTube kids to ensure children can only access appropriate content when using online videos.|
|Use your parent code to login to Purple Mash yourself and see what children use Purple Mash for.|
|Thinkuknow aims to ensure that everyone has access to this practical information – children, young people, their parents and carers and the professionals who work with them.|
|Visit IMDb to read detailed parent warning information about computer games, websites, films and TV shows.|
|Delivering Special Provision Locally is a Hertfordshire-wide initiative, working to improve the range of provision and support services available for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, aged 0-25.|
|Family Action transforms lives by providing practical, emotional and financial support to those who are experiencing poverty, disadvantage and social isolation across the country.|
|Barnardo's provide a range of services to help and support families across the UK, working with organisations and professionals so that children get the best start in life.|
ADDvanced Solutions Community Network encourages, equips and empowers children, young people and their families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs.
|Catch It is for anyone who struggles with feelings like anxiety, depression, anger and confusion. Learn how to manage feelings like anxiety and depression with Catch It. The app will teach you how to look at problems in a different way, turn negative thoughts into positive ones and improve your mental wellbeing.|
|Coronavirus - A range of support is available, specifically for bereavement during the coronavirus pandemic:|
During the global coronavirus pandemic we are facing a tragic loss of life, often under very difficult circumstances. Cruse have put together these resources to share how bereavement and grief may be affected by this pandemic.
|Bereavement at any time is hard. Bereavement during a period of isolation with restricted movement and limited contact with family and friends is the hardest thing possible. If you know of someone who has been bereaved please reach out to them. At a Loss have produced the short film below which should help you.|
|Having to be apart from loved ones when they are so seriously ill that they might die is one of the very worst aspects of the Covid-19 outbreak. Our guide for families has ways for children and adults to keep in touch and feel connected, even at a distance. Young people can download and complete this card as a reminder of the ways they would like to stay in touch with someone important to them.|
|Coronavirus bereavement guides to help support people that have lost a loved one to coronavirus, or they have died during lockdown because of other reasons.|