COVID-19

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COVID-19

These are challenging times for us all, therefore, Altram will be developing resources and gathering information, resources, and more to support children, practitioners, parents and guardians.

Keep an eye on this page!

 

Contact your EYS for access to password protected documents.


Altram Transition Considerations Guidance

 

Supporting documents: Transition from home to Naíscoil

'ABC of Nurture'

Altram Circular 16.03.2020

Apps for communication

'Before the pre-school year will start'

'Coming back to school in a bubble'

'Getting to know me'

'Mé Féin' (staff)

'Meet the teacher'

'Supporting children's mental health'

'I am independent' 

 

Legislative documentation & other guidance materials

Guidance to support safe working in educational settings 

Covid-19 Guidance for childcare settings 

Covid-19 Infection prevention and control training resource for childcare settings 

Covid-19 Infection control self-assessment form 

Education Restart : Update on the available scientific evidence on Covid-19

Guidance on school development planning for 2020/2021

Re-opening schools guidance : New school day

Pre-school education guidance for re-opening settings 

Pre-School education guidance for re-opening settings 17 Aug 2020

COVID-19 Guidance Childcare Settings: Version 6

ACEs: What just happened?

Altram: Acknowledging the change supporting the new

COVID-19 Guidance Childcare Settings: Version 7

Education Restart-updated guidance January 2021

Letter to pre-school education settings - return to face to face teaching March 2021

Pre-School Education – Guidance for re-opening settings March 2021

 

 

 

USEFUL LINKS

www.familysupportni.gov.uk

www.publichealth.hscni.net

www.nidirect.gov.uk

www.education-ni.gov.uk

www.health-ni.gov.uk

www.comhairle.org

 

RECOVERY CURRICULUM

As part of a number of initiatives designed to support educational settings in learning recovery, the Education Authority is working in partnership with Professor Barry Carpenter CBE, Professor of Mental Health in Education, Oxford Brookes University to deliver webinars in the Recovery Curriculum. PSEP settings will receive links to these webinar when they become available. Below are links to resources which have been developed:

The Recovery Curriculum

The Happiness Box

Adverse Childhood Experiences: 'From Disengaged to Engaged' 

Education Authority