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  Support through COVID-19

We believe that as a parent, your influence on your child’s wellbeing and future success should be recognised and valued. Download our free guide on 'homelife and study' to find out what you can do to make your child’s homelife the supportive infrastructure they need.

Download our free guide on how homelife can support your child's study

2020 has been a remarkable year and many parents, after months of home schooling, have renewed admiration for what a fantastic job teachers do. September’s return to school, albeit with different rules and processes than before, has mostly been welcomed by parents and children alike. It’s felt comforting to return to familiar routines and reassuring that students’ education is back on track.

However, it seems we’re not out of the woods yet, and whilst Coronavirus infection rates have reduced since lockdown, the threat of a second wave is ominous. So now, more than ever, you’ll want to make sure your child is as physically and mentally healthy as they can be. An excellent immune system helps prevent illness and speeds recovery if your child does get sick, building resilience helps combat stress and makes coping with challenges easier, and a safe haven at home makes it a secure and comforting place to be.

Download this free guide to find out what you can do to make your child’s homelife the supportive infrastructure they need.

To download this guide, complete the boxes below to obtain your free copy.

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Wherever we refer to ‘parents’ we mean ‘parents and carers.’ This includes grandparents, older siblings or any other  person with significant caring responsibilities for children.