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This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders, subject leads and teachers with practical advice and guidance on building a recovery curriculum that best supports children on their return to school.
The government have confirmed a staggered return to school commencing on 1st June. That means that many children will attend school having socially isolated for over two months and having suffered different levels of disruption to their normal learning routine.
Every child’s experience of covid-19 will be different and the impact of so much loss, both to social norms and daily structure, may not be felt until their return.
In this webinar, Barry Carpenter, CBE, Professor of Mental Health in Education and author of the Recovery Curriculum, explores how schools should implement a curriculum which is more holistic, based on compassion and personalised to children’s needs to re-engage and re-integrate children back into classroom learning.
Understanding what the recovery curriculum is and the benefits of successful implementation
Recognising the impact of losing social interaction and daily structure on children’s mental health and their holistic development
Identifying the 5 Levers of the Recovery Curriculum and taking a more systematic, relationship-based approach to re-establishing children’s learning
Understanding how to build a framework that is more personalised and considers the needs of children, their wellbeing and which promotes positive development
Using your school aims and values to guide your judgements and applying your own expertise to help children recover any sense of loss
Interesting and very informative .Michelle Stanhope, - Carrwood Primary School
very InterestingVery informative. Good selection of resources suggested.Lorraine GarnerWatts, - Poole High School
Thought-provoking at every stepBrilliant webinar that gave me time to think about and process ideas and proposals that I had merely only half considered before. Thank you.Richard Wakefield, - St. John Fisher Catholic College
Kindness is the key...The webinar re-forged the importance of teaching as a vocation, and how relationships play the most crucial partAidan Brennan, - The Trinity Catholic School
EnlighteningFantastic Webinar. Thought provoking and could listen to a whole series of these.Dawn Hunter, - The Venerable Bede CE Academy
Informative, based on research and interestingVery intuitive and great to hear something that advocates for kindness and emotional wellbeing. Definitely given me some ideas for use at school and how to support the students through the process of transition.Melanie Frost, Learning Support Assistant - Cranbrook School
InsightfulThought provoking and inspiringSarah Bain, - Westcliff High School for Girls
Strong truths to faceExcellent webinar, focused around the REAL importance of a recovery curriculum. This webinar generated many thoughts around the wellbeing of all our community members. Some hard truths to face and deal within the education sector over the forthcoming year. From this I will take a bold stance on considering student development for lifelong learning not just within our school setting. Thank youscott waters, - Herne Bay High School
People not RobotsThis just makes sense. Instead of rushing to catch-up. Stop and ensure the optimal learning conditions.Janice Redman-Leverone, - Madeley High School
RecoveryThis was a good webinar on how pupils will feel when they get back to school and how we can help them.Matt Clark, Teacher - Burlington Junior School
Very informative and reassuring.I thought this was very informative and reassuring. Lots covered in a very clear way with plenty to think about moving forward. With such a big focus on the logistics of returning to school at the moment we must not forget the mental well-being of our children - this video gives you plenty to think about and discuss at school to ensure a transition back to school can be as smooth and as positive as possible for our students.Tom Copping, - Hampton College
In this webinar, The National College will explore what effective scaffolding looks like and how schools can develop and successfully implement different techniques into teaching practice to ensure improved school outcomes.
In this webinar, The National College will explore how schools can develop a communication strategy that provides parents and carers with the support they need and will help to encourage increased attendance at school and engagement with catch-up learning.
In this webinar, The National College will discuss how schools can develop high-quality intervention programmes that will help pupils who need targeted support during the catch-up curriculum and will provide them with the best opportunity to reach their full potential.
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