Coronavirus may feel daunting, especially for families and children. Everyone is having to spend more time at home to help slow the spread of the virus.
Keeping up with school and working from home, exercising, limiting screen time, keeping occupied and motivated are all big challenges.
As part of the Government's roadmap, face to face learning will resume on Monday 8 March. Colleges, primary and secondary schools will re-open at this time. To find out more read the Government's guidance for parents and carers.
Until then settings will only be open for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. All other children are learning remotely. Early Years settings like nurseries continue to remain open. Please make sure you are familiar with your school's plans for re-opening.
Higher Education provision will remain online unless otherwise indicated.
Together we can play our part, and protect Dudley borough.
Read more in our school section below.
Learning and parenting
Staying happy and things to do
Parents and families are having to live work and play together more than ever before. Our sense of well-being is being tested during this pandemic. In this section we have listed information and services where you can get support on things to do and how you can stay informed.