Schools, make your life easier with

this free guide

To help you while schools remain closed we've developed: The Parents' Guide to coping with school closures (April edition) to help your parents guide their children in making the most out of their time at home, and protect their family's mental and physical health.

Our free guide provides parents with important information on:

  1. How they can help their child study at home;

  2. Ways to boost their child's immune system;

  3. Strategies to protect their child's mental health;

  4. The impact of cancelled exams;

  5. Coronavirus - what it is and how they can protect their family; and

  6. How to look after themselves.

If you think this guide could help your parents, you can share it freely either by:

  • recommending your parents visit;

  • uploading the guide or link to your public website;

  • uploading the guide or link to your secure website;

  • sharing the guide on social media;

  • downloading the guide and emailing it direct to your parents.

As the situation is changing rapidly, we will regularly update this page with any news we think would be helpful to you, so do check back often. Meanwhile, stay safe - Vanessa & Darius

If you know of other schools who would find this guide useful, please share this webpage or link with them

You and your parents can download this guide by visiting

Take a look here:

"Parental engagement is a powerful lever for raising achievement in schools"

Harris & Goodall, University of Warwick

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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.