Amid uncertainty about when schools will reopen, some parents are worried about their child's education suffering a "Covid slide". Photo: Shutterstock Amid uncertainty about when schools will reopen, some parents are worried about their child's education suffering a "Covid slide". Photo: Shutterstock
Amid uncertainty about when schools will reopen, some parents are worried about their child's education suffering a "Covid slide". Photo: Shutterstock
Henrik Hoeg
Opinion

Opinion

EdTalk by Henrik Hoeg

The ‘Covid slide’: is lockdown causing your children’s education to fall behind, and what can you do about it?

Tutors, diaries, pen pals and reading clubs are among the ways concerned parents can address any looming skills gap brought on by the absence of in-school learning

Amid uncertainty about when schools will reopen, some parents are worried about their child's education suffering a "Covid slide". Photo: Shutterstock Amid uncertainty about when schools will reopen, some parents are worried about their child's education suffering a "Covid slide". Photo: Shutterstock
Amid uncertainty about when schools will reopen, some parents are worried about their child's education suffering a "Covid slide". Photo: Shutterstock
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Henrik Hoeg

Henrik Hoeg

Henrik Hoeg is the Managing Director of the Jadis Blurton Family Development Center and graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an MA in Psychology.