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COVID-19 Information and Resources

Reopening Letter - 8th March 2021

Risk Assessment - March 2022

Currently being updated.

Remote Learning Policy

WASPS Link Club - Risk Assessment and Operational Plan

Our Remote Learning Offer

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Safety and Wellbeing Support

Click here for a children's guide to understanding Coronavirus.

Click here for a guide to Online Safety at home.

Click here for Happy? Ok? Sad? resources to support childrens' and adults' emotional wellbeing during this difficult time.

Click here for a guide to supporting children's mental health.

Click here for North West Borough Healthcare's website to access non-urgent help and general wellbeing advice to support people with anxiety, low-mood, and worries relating to the current Covid-19 pandemic.

Click here to access the Kind to your Mind website for resources to boost your mood and resilience.

Click here for a guide to helping children cope with stress.

Click here for some helpful links from Warrington Borough Council if you need any support at this time.


Mental Health Crisis Line

People living in Warrington who are experiencing a mental health crisis can now access support through a new, 24/7, mental health crisis line. 

North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has launched the crisis line to provide support 24 hours a day, seven days a week to people of all ages, including children and young people, who need urgent mental health support. 

If you are in a mental health crisis and you need urgent help, please call the new crisis line on 01925 275 309 and NHS staff will support you to get the help you need.

The crisis line is now the first port of call for Warrington residents experiencing a mental health crisis. The line is operated by people in the local area who will know how best to support you. If you call NHS 111 you may have to wait longer for help and will be redirected to this local service.

Please note, A&E and 999 are not the best places to get help for the majority of mental health problems. Call the crisis line, to be directed to the best local service to support you.

You should still call 999 or go to A&E if you have a life-threatening emergency and need immediate help for your mental or physical health.

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