The Recovery Curriculum
As we start a new school year (and a very different one at that) we feel very strongly that all of our students be supported to process their experiences over the past 6 months and begin to recover in order to move forward. With that in mind, our Well being Team and Pastoral Team have developed a guide to explain the approach to learning both for our home-learners and school based-learners. I hope that you will find this useful in explaining what form of learning and support will be offered.
To read about our Recovery Curriculum please click here
Here are some key online resources that may help you with learning at home if we have a Bubble closure at any point. Teachers will provide additional resources as well as live lessons if we close.
Advice and help for parents and pupils
5 Ways to Wellbeing #coping - a flyer with lots of advice and guidance on coping at this challenging time
CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) resources website - a website full of resources, apps, videos and advice to help with mental health and wellbeing.
Keepsafe.org have created a webpage of information for people with learning difficulties which you may find helpful
Childline Calmzone is an online resource page from Childline UK with lots of advice on keeping everyone calm and also lots of resources to help.
ELSA Support Uk have set up lots of free resources to help children stay calm during this time.
NHS resource - Coping with family life during lockdown
Oak Academy - resources for pupils with SEND
BBC Bitesize have released daily lessons for all ages.
Vooks Pupil-safe streaming of read aloud animated story books. Teachers get a year free and parents can also get a month free
Boardmaker Activities that are free to use at home.
Twinkl resources during Coronavirus shutdown
Go Noodle – Our favourite wake up shake up exercise
Youth Sports Trust Free PE and sport resources and ideas
Audible audio books Audible are offering free access to loads of audio books.
David Walliams online David Walliams Elevenses webpage is offering a free audiobook read by him at 11am each day.
Joe Wicks #PEwithJoe Joe Wicks is doing an online live PE session during the week starting at 9am.
Haktive Activity Challenge This free resource will enable you to bring physical activity into your home and promote well being for your children and you. It provides a number of challenges for your to encourage physical activity in a fun way.
Tagtiv8 have a website full of ideas for keeping active.
Stories and songs
You Got a Friend in Me by Randy Newman.
Here is another story. This time it is "Monkey Puzzle" by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Enjoy
Anna Scholl, our Drama Teacher, has recorded a reading of this lovely book, "The Story of Ferdinand". Enjoy
Here is a fantastic song by our very talented music teacher Charles. It is called "The Hairy Yeti's Haircut". Enjoy
Another story for you. This time it is "The Fish Who Could Wish" by John Bush and Korky Paul. Enjoy
Charles has recorded "Sir Nobink " by Spike Milligan. Two chapters are below. Enjoy:
Another story for you. This time it is "Stickman" by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Enjoy
Here is another reading. This time it is "The Gruffalo's Child" by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Enjoy
Charles has recorded "The Bald Twit Lion" by Spike Milligan. Two chapters are below. Enjoy:
Here is story number 2 - "The Gruffalo" by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Enjoy
Here is the first story as promised. It is "What The Ladybird Heard" by Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks. Please share is with you child - I hope they enjoy it. I plan to do another one on Monday.
We will add to these resources if we find any new ones. Of course, please share any you may have that you think I should include by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org