Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Childcare,Schools, FE and Universities FAQs regarding local restrictions

Please be aware that the First Minister of Wales has announced a short fire break from Friday 23rd October to 9 November.

Below are links to the Welsh Government press release and FAQ, which include how this affects Childcare, Schools, FE Colleges and our Universities.

https://gov.wales/national-coronavirus-fire-break-to-be-introduced-in-wales-on-friday

https://gov.wales/coronavirus-circuit-break-frequently-asked-questions

 

 

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Please visit Carmarthenshire County Council Newsroom for official information and updates. They are publishing new updates, decisions and advice daily, as well as information about sources of help and support.

Visit their page here:
newsroom.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/coronavirus

Please also visit these other official sources:
Hywel Dda Health Board
Public Health Wales
Welsh Government

A list of Support Lines and Self Care Apps for Key Stage 3 and 4 Pupils (11-18 Year old)

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A list of Support Lines and Self Care Apps for Primary ages pupils

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Hand Washing Guidance for Younger Children

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Hand Washing Guidance for Older Children

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Home Learning Ideas

3 year old education in Carmarthenshire settings.  Activities to carry out with your children at home.

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Playful Childhoods – Playing at home guide

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Test, Trace and Protect Strategy

Below are Welsh Government links to some of the resources available:


https://gov.wales/regional-coronavirus-testing-facilities

Hywel Dda University Health Board

Email: Covidenquiries.hdd@wales.nhs.uk

Tel: 0300 303 8322

COVID-19 guidance for children and families

Cafcass has put together the following guidance to support children and families. This information will be regularly updated. If the information below does not answer your questions, please get in contact with us here.

Advice for families on effective co-parenting and child arrangements


Information and Support for Parents/Carers with children and young adults with a disability


Coronavirus regulations: guidance

What you and businesses can and cannot do during the outbreak and what happens if you break these new laws.

NSPCC – We’re still here for children

The NSPCC are still here for children, and still here to support you. If you’re worried about a child, or need advice and support, talk to the helpline.  Call 0808 800 5000 (8am-10pm Mon-Fri/9am-6pm weekends) or email help@nspcc.org.uk at any time.

Home shouldn’t be a place of fear – Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Coercive Control Campaign 

The #livefearfree campaign aims to let those at risk know that help is still available 24 hours day, everyday.


Information for Carers


Surviving self-isolation with children!

For ideas on what to do with children during self-isolation visit the following websites for inspiration:
www.playfulchildhoods.wales
www.playwales.org.uk
www.pinterest.co.uk/pinterest/stay-safe-stay-inspired/keeping-kids-busy
www.pinterest.co.uk/pinterest/stay-safe-stay-inspired/activities-for-toddlers

You will also find many useful groups and pages on Facebook and Twitter.

Other Resources:

The staff at the office dealing with emails and phone calls are very prompt in answering questions and getting back in touch. I'm very impressed by their work ethic and how kind they are to speak to. I whole heartily thank you very much for your support so far.
Posted by Parent, from Carmarthenshire
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