Eating disorders and lockdown - how to help9th June 2020
Please see the newletter below from Parent Zone
Lockdown has been particularly hard for people who struggle with eating disorders, as routines have gone out the window and support services have changed. Here's how to help those close to you who are affected during this difficult time.
Read now - Fun (and free) online learning for your child
Here are six of Parent Zone’s favourite free online resources to keep young minds active and engaged – plus extra sites and apps to support your child’s core curriculum work.
Read now - Virtual teacher workshops in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Google and Parent Zone's virtual workshops will introduce teachers to the Be Internet Legends programme and explore online safety priorities – during lockdown and beyond.
Schools in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland will have opportunities to share their experiences, explore different ways to support digital wellbeing – and learn about the expert-written, evidence-based Be Internet Legends resources.
* Tuesday 16th June (Scotland)
* Tuesday 23rd June (Wales)
* Tuesday 30th June (Northern Ireland)
Book a virtual workshop - Returning to school: 8 tips to help your child after lockdown
From this week, children and young people in England have started returning to school – but not school as they know it. We've put together some advice on how you can help ease the transition for your child.
Read now - Roblox: a parents' guide
It's one of the world’s most popular video games, with more than 100 million monthly users – but is Roblox safe for your child? Here's everything you need to know about it.
Until next time,