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As part of iNDIGO's tailor-made service, Kate and Mic generate resources to meet the needs of parents and teachers as they present themselves. This could include a tailor-made training for a particular issue, ebooks on a range of relevant topics or resources responding to significant events that affect our community.

FREE COVID-19 Emotional Well-being support - FAMILY CARE PACKAGE

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Recognising the stress the COVID-19 Pandemic has created for families, we produced digital Emotional Well-being packs designed for Primary school children. The packs contain lots of useful resources including: links to creative activities, relaxation music, physical exercise, mindfulness activities, nutrition information and self-care suggestions. This is not therapy but the packs do offer bitesize information about why these activities may help. We have included a variety of resources that can be printed or done online, so all you need is an internet connection.


Each week focused on a different animal and its associated symbolism  to deliver an emotional well-being message using metaphor. 

As part of the initiative, and in the hope of building an online community, we launched an online gallery. This showcases all your fantastic creative work in response to the care packs. If you have some artwork you would like featured, just email us a photo or scan of the work and we can include it in the gallery.

The series includes:

WEEK 1: THE ZEBRA. The Zebra represents community and safety and numbers. 

WEEK 2: THE PENGUIN. The Penguin represents adaptability, flexible thinking and finding order in chaos.
WEEK 3: THE PANDA. The Panda represents inner peace and strength.
WEEK 4: THE GIRAFFE. representing self-acceptance and perspective.
WEEK 5: THE HIPPO. The Hippo is symbolic of staying calm in a crisis and navigating our emotions with clarity.
WEEK 6: THE TIGER. The Tiger is symbolic of inner strength, will power and resilience.
WEEK 7: THE DOLPHIN. The Dolphin is symbolic of balance and positive communication.
WEEK 8: THE BEE. The Bee represents productivity and rising to challenges.
WEEK 9: THE CAMEL. The Camel represents endurance and perseverance.
WEEK 10: THE ELEPHANT. The Elephant represent family and unity.
WEEK 11: THE SEAHORSE. The Seahorse symbolises strength, power and good luck.
WEEK 12: THE RACCOON. The Raccoon symbolises adaptability and intelligence.
WEEK 13: THE BIRD. The Bird symbolises evolution and diversity.
WEEK 14: THE BUTTERFLY. The Butterfly symbolises transformation and new beginnings.

FREE COVID-19 Schools Transition support resource 

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This FREE resource for teachers and TAs is designed to support children's emotional well-being in the classroom transitioning back into school during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

This stand alone pack follows a similar structure to the Emotional Well-being care packs, with user friendly links and activities.

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