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The staff at Tanworth have been thinking about what a curriculum might look like for children in this next phase of school.  As the children return to school in the new academic year 20/21, we will be implementing a “Recovery Curriculum” to help transition all children back to school.  The “Recovery Curriculum” acknowledges that there have been big losses to children as they have stayed at home and that these losses can contribute to pupil’s mental health with anxiety, trauma and bereavement playing a large role. Children will perhaps have experienced these aspects all at once and in a sudden and unplanned fashion which can leave children feeling vulnerable. Equally whether we have intended to or not, children will have been exposed to adults who are anxious and may not be acting in their normal way or maintaining the normal routines which they are used to

To help us support children with this, our “Recovery Curriculum” will focus on five key  areas:

  • Positive Relationships
  • Enjoyment and Achievement
  • Managing Feelings and Behaviour
  • Our own Physical Health and Wellbeing
  • Academic Success for all
Our Exciting Curriculum overview  for 2020-2021 

Curriculum Provision Outline

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