Help and Support during Covid-19

Coronavirus (COVID‑19)

There are three simple actions we must all do to keep on protecting each other

Wash handskeep washing your hands regularly
Cover facewear a face covering in enclosed spaces
Make spacestay at least 2 metres apart - or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions

 

Local Area restrictions in England from 2nd December: find out more

 

Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has any of the following:

a high temperature
a new, continuous cough
a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste

 

Check the NHS website if you have symptoms

 

Government Guidance for parents regarding school and Early Years settings from 5 November 2020

 

IF YOU HAVE PUPILS THAT ARE STRUGGLING WITH RETURNING TO SCHOOL, OR HAVING TO REMAIN AT HOME SOME OF THE BELOW INFORMATION AND RESOURCES MIGHT BE USEFUL: 

·   5 STEPS TO MENTAL WELLBEING (NHS) 

·   BELIEVE PERFORM - SOURCE OF PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGY, WELL-BEING AND MENTAL HEALTH CONTENT FOR THE SPORT COMMUNITY. 

·   NSPCC - CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH 

·   DEAL - DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL AWARENESS AND LISTENING – SAMARITANS. FREE RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS AND OTHER EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONALS DESIGNED TO HELP DEVELOP RESILIENCE IN YOUNG PEOPLE. 

 

Barnado's 

The Barnado's charity is offering help and advice to parents or carers in England  who have been affected by Covid-19

Please click here for more information

 
FREE ADULT EDUCATION COURSES AND TRAINING FOR PARENTS

LEARNYAY

 

Manchester Libraries Newsletter - October 2020

 

Coronavirus - A book for children

 

Help and Support

 

 

Manchester City Council  advice and opportunities w/c 14/12/20  

(Please click on link)

 

Covid-19 Manchester City Council help and support

 

Universal Credit advice

 

Free School Meals

Please click above to find out more and apply

 

Age Friendly Manchester

information and advice

 

Manchester Libraries and Children and Families Newsletter

Please click here for the December Newsletter

 

STEM Returners programme for returning STEM professionals with Mott MacDonald in Altrincham.

Have you taken a career break from an engineering, scientific or technical sector and wish to return? Are you working below your experience in a different sector? Do you have an engineering, science or technical degree that you aren’t using? Do you just wish to transfer sectors but don’t have any experience? If so this could be the opportunity for you!  After running many returner programmes where 100% of returners were offered permanent roles, we are currently sourcing candidates for the first Mott MacDonald ‘STEM Returners’ programme, a 13 week, fully paid and supported return to work programme starting in April 2021 in Altrincham.  All candidates will also have the opportunity to obtain a permanent role at the end of the programme.  No career break is too long, register to return to STEM today! For more information please visit www.stemreturners.com or email hello@stemreturners.com.

More information on the programme is also available here: https://www.stemreturners.com/2020/12/07/mott-macdonald-launch-returners-scheme-to-welcome-back-engineers-after-a-career-break-across-the-uk/

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