Community Lockdown Support
Providing IT kit, learning resources and counselling during Covid-19
This project aimed to support young people and their families in areas of economic disadvantage who were struggling with learning at home during the coronavirus lockdown and beyond. The funding supported three key challenges: a lack of IT kit at home, a need for quality paper-based educational materials, and mental health issues exacerbated by Covid-19, lockdown and home-schooling.
Partners: 3VA, Tubbs Computer Supplies, Towner Art Gallery, Craftyannies Home, Holding Space and Seaford Youth Counselling
Funding source: Emergency Learning at Home Outreach Fund
SLN contact: Debra Vice-Holt