Online Resources 

We know things can be tricky to find online, so we've done that work for you! These are a collection of online resources we can all use to help worship, expand our education, use with children, or just pass the time. We're constantly updating this with anything new, so let us know if you find anything else! 

Church of England
Craft for Charity
Personal Development
NHS Health and Exercise advice
Stories of hope

Church of England
Online services
Mental Health Resources
Prayer of the Day

Craft for Charity:
Sewing cotton face-masks for vulnerable people (used by vets/people not working in at risk areas of hospitals, to take the pressure off dwindling supplies of medical grade ventilator masks)
Donate or help sew hospital scrubs for the NHS
Knitting for charity (includes free patterns!)
Sewing for charity

Example of how to plan a daily lockdown routine
How to get through lockdown in a small flat

Personal Development:
Christian Meditation with Soul Time app
MasterClass (reduced prices)
FutureLearn - free online classes linked through universities
Become an online tutor option 1, option 2, option 3
Audible - free 30 day trial, library of audiobooks
Stannington Library - free access to the e-library, full of eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks, and eComics
Teach yourself new skills at home
Learn languages for free
Learn Data Science (no coding experience required!)

Resources and activities
100+ things to do with children 
Health and Safety guidelines
How to create a home school timetable
Home school plans: option 1, option 2
Online tutors  option 1, option 2
Authors reading aloud their books
Collins - school resources and flashcards
Helping children with special needs

NHS health and exercise advice
10 minute workouts (no equipment)
5 steps to mental wellbeing
Tips for a healthy body
Eat Well
Sleep and tiredness

Stories of Hope:
Three Bible passages to replace fear
Hope For World’s Rarest Primate

Astronauts Enter Space Station!

Berkshire Village Embraces Silly Walks

Shopping Times reserved for the elderly and vulnerable:
FoodHall Project - Isolation Food Pack Helpline: 0114 303 6040
If you or someone you know is in need of access to food please call the helpline - this is staffed Monday-Friday, 10:00-16:00

Sainsbury's:         Thursday - first hour of opening
Tesco:                  Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 9-10am (except Express stores)
ASDA:                  Friday - from store opening until 9am
M&S:                    Monday, Thursday - first hour of opening
Iceland:                Daily - the first hour of opening
Morrisons:            Monday-Saturday - 9-10am
Waitrose:             Daily, first hour of opening
Aldi:                     Check local stores
Lidl:                     Check local stores
(If you, or someone you know, are self-isolating, or cannot leave the house for other reasons, do contact us and we can help you collect food and other essentials)

Some local shops have also offered delivery:
Go local                            438 8643 will deliver to door with cash on delivery
Stannington Fruit & Veg 234 8452 can deliver but prefer to order online via Facebook and then collect
Village Stores                  285 2160 could deliver with 24hr notice
Stannington hardware    234 0241 was delivering  (e.g. pet food)
Lo’s pharmacy                 234 4309 
Our Cow Molly                 233 3697

Samaritans - available 24/7 to provide emotional support for those in any distress
Papyrus - offering support to vulnerable young people
Sheffield Nightline - offering support to University students - both at Hallam and Uni of
LGBT+ Helpline - speak confidentially to volunteers who identify as LGBT+
Childline - available 24/7 to offer support to anyone under 18 - both in a crisis and ongoing
Finance Resources - advice and contact details for those affected through lockdown
AbilityNet - one of our church members recommends AbilityNet for free IT support