As children have returned to school, we felt it was important for you to be aware of the approach that we are taking as a school. We know that an anxious child is not in a place to learn effectively. So with this in mind, the school community has thought about the most effective way to support your child’s ability to learn. We hope that you feel this approach will support your child’s well-being as they begin their re-engagement with learning at school.
Here you will find our adapted curriculum for the next phase of our school as we welcome back all pupils in September. We are calling this our recovery curriculum, which acknowledges that there have been big losses to children as they have stayed at home. The focus for schools in the autumn will be upon ensuring that pupils are ready to learn and as such social and emotional learning will be prioritised. The act of recovery is at least as much an emotional and social one as it is academic, and our ability to recognise and plan for this will be at the heart of our learners’ eventual success.
Please click on ‘Recovery Curriculum Statement’ above to see the full document.