The Department of Education have published the following resources to help parents at home.
These are some more orgainsations that may be useful for you to refer to.......
Mental Health services in CAMDEN
Just wanted to inform you that Camden services for young people are open and now it’s even more crucial to ensure young people and yourself know how to access support.
3. Mental Health Webinars for Parents
4. Early Help
- CAMHS mental health service for children and young people is operational and they are taking referrals (form downloaded from the website) or call 020 8938 2241 (Mon to Fri, 9am to 5pm). and there is a link to the form from Camden Rise https://www.camdenrise.co.uk/emotional-wellbeing
- Most appointments are by skype/zoom with a few face to face at the Tavistock
2. Kooth - Please see attachment on how to access/download.
- Kooth is now available in Camden providing a free confidential online mental health and wellbeing service to young people via any internet accessible device.
- Kooth offers young people the opportunity to have a text-based conversation with a qualified counsellor, who are available from
-12noon to 10pm on weekdays
-6pm to 10 pm at weekends
-Every day of the year on a drop-in basis.
Outside these counselling hours young people can message the Kooth team and get support by the next day.
Young people can also access booked online counselling sessions as needed.
Young people can register at www.Kooth.com The website also has resources, information and moderated peer support
This short video describes the service https://vimeo.com/318731977/a9f32c87de
To contact Kooth email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kooth - How to Sign Up for Service
3. MHST Parent Webinars Leaflet
4. Camden Early Help
Looking After Yourself, Looking After Your Child. Self-Care Tips from Psychological Perspective, compiled by EPs across the UK
Healthy Hand Washing
Child Friendly Explanation of the Corona virus
Speech and Language Therapist Resources
CAMHS and Behaviour Support Resources
Occupational Therapist Resources
Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Fine Motor Skills
Gross Motor Skills
Inclusion and Special Educational Needs (SEN)
At St. Patrick’s we celebrate that which brings us together; living in London, speaking English and of course our Catholic faith. We also celebrate all the differences of culture and language that enrich our community.
We are committed to the inclusion of all children with special educational needs. We monitor all children’s learning and behaviour carefully. Some of our children may need additional support during their time at the school. If parents or staff have any concerns this is immediately discussed and together an individual programme to address the needs of the child is devised. The school may seek support from outside agencies. The child’s programme of support is regularly reviewed and parents’ views are sought at each stage. In other parts of the school we identify children to participate in “catch up” programmes in English and Mathematics.