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Recovery Curriculum

A Recovery Curriculum: Loss and Life for
our Children and Schools Post Pandemic 

 

Introduction

Whitfield Aspen have put the child’s well-being at the centre of our thinking.  We acknowledge that the children will have had different experiences during this time. However, the common thread running through all is the loss of routine, structure, friendship, opportunity and freedom.  These losses can trigger anxiety in any child.  Some of you may have experienced this with your own children.  

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.  This approach will encompass and support the academic expectations for your child.

 

What is it?   

Professor Barry Carpenter has developed the Recovery Curriculum, as a response to the losses described above.  It is a way for schools to help children come back into school life, acknowledging the experiences the children have had.  We want children to be happy, feel safe and able to be engaged in their learning.   We have decided that a way to achieve this for the children is to acknowledge the importance of helping them lever back into school life using the following 5 Levers.

Recovery Curriculum

Supporting your child with their emotions

 

Link below is a video on how to create zones of regulations within your home.

 

https://youtu.be/66ogmkG98pI

 

 

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