COVID-19 A guide for student wellbeing


BCE schools ready for online learning

​​REMOTE learning will soon be a reality for many adult carers as BCE acts to implement strategies in the prevention of COVID-19.

The daunting task of establishing new routines and schedules, while juggling work responsibilities, could prove to be disruptive and challenging for families and schools.

Some young people will transition seamlessly, whilst others may struggle.

Therefore it will be vitally important for parents to be vigilant to look for signs of anxiety and depression.

Parents will need to continue to be reassuring and supportive in this time of uncertainty and acknowledge that this may be a stressful time for students of all ages.

Schools will be working hard behind the scenes to ensure a child’s academic needs are met, but parents will need to play a key role in providing them with the structure and groundwork for success.

Young people will be looking towards adults to keep things in context and help ease the transition to a different learning environment.

In this Special Report, parents and caregivers will be provided with some guidelines on how best to navigate this time of transition with minimal disruption.

We hope you take time to reflect on the information offered in this Special Report, and as always, we welcome your feedback.

If you do have any concerns about the wellbeing of your child, please contact your school for further information or seek medical or professional help.

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