Support for children aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Teen's Newsletters

Members of the BCP Council Youth Parliament have put together newsletters to support young people during isolation as the result of the Coronavirus. You can read the newsletters by clicking on the links below. 

Newsletter 1

This edition written by Nathan Collins includes details of organisations that can support you plus apps on mental health and wellbeing.

Teen's Guide to Isolation Week 1

Newsletter 2

This edition written by Sarah Lockard contains tips on managing school work.

Teen's Guide to Isolation Week 2

Newsletter 3

This edition, written by Georgia, contains resources and tips to support mindfulness and wellbeing.

Teen's Guide to Isolation Week 3

Newsletter 4

This edition, written by Adaya Branson, contains information on how young people can get involved with their local community and Youth Parliament. There are also links for parents.

Teen's Guide to Isolation week 4

Newsletter 5

As our previous 'Teen’s guide to isolation' newsletter series had a positive response, we have decided to carry on doing monthly newsletters. These will involve general Member of Youth Parliament updates (how our campaigns are getting on), as well as how we are gradually adjusting back to normal life.

This week is carers week, so we have an article from Liam where he talks about his personal experience as a young carer.

Teen's Newsletter Week 5

Newsletter 6

This newsletter discusses opportunities to get involved with local projects.

Teen's Newsletter Week 6

Newsletter 7

Here we're going to be rounding up what we have done since the beginning of lockdown, and of course sharing more ways you can get involved with youth parliament.

Newsletter September 2020

Newsletter 8

Here is our latest newsletter to support World Mental Health Day.

Newsletter October 2020

Newsletter 9

Here is our latest newsletter looking at 2021.

Newsletter December 2020

Newsletter 10

The January issue of the newsletter from Youth Parliament focuses on the New Year