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Recovery Curriculum

The importance of wellbeing.......


Wellbeing is at the forefront of our recovery from the Covid-19 crisis. Every child in our school has had a different experience during this time and as a school, we have prioritised what the children and their families will need on their return to school.


Over the next few weeks, the class page for your child will begin to contain details and information about what the Recovery Curriculum will look like for their particular class. This page is designed to support you at home, giving you more information about the Recovery Curriculum and signposting you to the different types of support should you need it.


What is a Recovery Curriculum?


Professor Barry Carpenter has developed the Recovery Curriculum as a response to the losses in children's lives due directly to Covid -19. These losses may include routine, structure, friendship, opportunity and freedom and Professor Barry Carpenter has developed the Recovery Curriculum as a response to these losses. It is a way for our school to help  our children back into school life, acknowledging the range of experiences they may have had. We want our children to be happy, feel safe and engaged in their learning and as a school we have decided that a way to achieve this is for the children to acknowledge the importance of helping them lever back into school life using the following  5 levers: 

Professor Barry Carpenter, CBE is Professor of Mental Health in Education at Oxford Brookes University. 

Ruby's Worry

A video to help children understand how to cope with anything that could be worrying them.

The Huge Bag of Worries

A video to help children understand how to cope with things that could be worrying them.

A story for children about knowing someone with Covid 19

A story for children and their families about self isolation