Our recovery framework aims to restore the mental health and rebuild the resilience of our children to allow them to become engaged learners again by:
recognising the experiences had by all
restoring trust and relationships with staff
re-establishing friendships and social interactions
regaining structure and routine
rebuilding a sense of community
regulating their emotions and managing behaviours
re-engaging them in learning
preparing them for transition
In addition, our recovery plan aims to accelerate learning and progress for all children by:
Ensuring missed learning from the previous year group is identified and incorporated into “catch-up” planning.
Thorough handover between teachers
New learning techniques are explored to ensure children learn more effectively to ensure more than adequate coverage of new learning.
Knowledge organisers are implemented to ensure children understand what the crucial knowledge is within each scheme of work.
Additional homework is provided digitally to ensure children’s digital skills are enhanced as a contingency in the likelihood of further lockdown. (See digital strategy)