Take a look at some of the resources we’ve gathered - from explaining the situation in Ukraine, to reassurance and practical ways of helping.


The Russian invasion of Ukraine is dominating not only the headlines, but permeating across social media and into the thoughts and minds of everyone across Europe and the world. 

Of course this isn’t something that is limited to adult worries for the Ukrainian people and anxieties about war in Europe – children are absorbing all this distressing and worrying news, and may need additional support and tools to understand and process what is happening.

We’ve put together a list of resource links to help you communicate with students and younger children with constructive and reassuring information. 

Resource list

Teaching resource providers The Key have created a free pack of resources for all schools which includes:

How to talk to pupils

Parent information and support pack

How to adapt your curriculum

CBBC Newsround /BBC Bitesize/Anna Freud Centre

Ukraine: Why has Russia invaded and what’s happening there?

How to talk to your teenager about the invasion of Ukraine

Save the Children

How to explain the conflict


How To Talk To Your Child About The War In Ukraine


Worrying about Russia and Ukraine

Phoenix Education Consultancy

Worrying about war and conflict

How to help/ make donations

Choose Love – a charity dedicated to helping refugees

ActionAid – Five ways to fundraise for Ukraine

Unicef – Works for every child around the world


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