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Each week we'll be posting a blog, direct from a teacher on the front line, about their experience and challenges they're facing following school closures. The third in the series is written by Charlotte Harrison, a secondary school Literacy Coordinator based in East London.

With nationwide schools’ closures, young people have had to embrace a new routine, while dealing with the stress and anxiety of going through a global pandemic. At Hopscotch, we want to help young people maintain their wellbeing during this challenging time, so we have selected five of our favourite wellbeing and mental health resources for use at home.

Each week we'll be posting a blog, direct from a teacher on the front line, about their experience and challenges they're facing following school closures. The second in the series is written by Lisa Worgan, a Head of Curriculum based in the West Midlands.

Since Friday 20th March, most students have been at home, learning remotely due to the Covid-19 school closures. Whilst days at school are shaped by a regular timetable, we know that it can be challenging to find some structure when learning from home.

At Hopscotch, we want to help! We’ve pulled together a suggested “learning from home” timetable to help children aged 4-14 (and parents!) manage their study time. We have also included some of our favourite resources, created by teachers or education specialists, to support pupils in this challenging time.

Each week we'll be posting a blog, direct from a teacher on the front line, about their experience and challenges they're facing following school closures. The first in the series is from a secondary science teacher in the North East.

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