Mablethorpe Primary Recovery Curriculum 2020
Here at Mablethorpe Primary, we have been considering our curriculum and the needs of our children and families following the coronavirus crisis. We have put together an exciting recovery curriculum using guidance from a researcher in education, ‘’Barry Carpenter.’’ We will be implementing for the first term a “recovery curriculum” which acknowledges that there may have been disruption to children’s learning and that this can contribute to pupil’s mental health, with anxiety, trauma and bereavement playing a large role.
To help overcome any issues your child may face, for the first term, we will be following a curriculum based on compassion. We will ensure this will be personalised to each of the children’s needs to re-engage and re-integrate children back into the classroom environment. To help us to do this we will be using a whole school scheme called Jigsaw during PSHE. We are building into our curriculum the following whole school themes that we feel are important to address. We will do this through daily teaching and collective worship in each class:
Learning how to reconnect and build positive relationships with others
Learning how to manage my feelings and behaviour
Learning how I can look after my physical and emotional wellbeing
Learning to enjoy and achieve
During literacy, we will us the following texts and video clips to continue to support the PSHE themes in school and help us to implement the recovery curriculum.
Year 1 – Owl Babies by Martin Waddell
Year 2 – Paper Dolls by Julia Donaldson and Here we are by Oliver Jeffers
Year 3 – Invisible Web by Patrice Kerst
Year 4 – Invisible Web by Patrice Kerst
Year 5 – Wing from The Literacy Shed
Year 6 – Wing from The Literacy Shed
If you wish to discuss any details of our curriculum or any concerns about your child please contact your child’s class teacher.
Our Curriculum Rationale