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Curriculum Overview

To support your children with their return to school, we have put in place a recovery curriculum. This means that while we will offer a broad range of subjects, there will be a greater focus on the children’s personal, social, emotional and health education. 

 

We know that you and your children have had many experiences during this time, involving the loss of routine, structure, friendship, opportunity and freedom. These losses can have a huge impact on children and can trigger anxiety. We know that an anxious child is not in a place to learn effectively.  With this in mind, we have thought about the most effective way to support your child(ren)’s ability to learn. Through our recovery curriculum, we will help lever them back into school life using the following 5 levers:

 

Lever 1 – Relationships

We will not necessarily expect our children to return joyfully. Many of the relationships that were thriving, such as with friends, teachers, supporting adults may need to be restored. We have planned for this to happen and will not assume it will.

 

Lever 2- Community

We will recognise that your child’s curriculum will have been based at home for a long time. We will engage them in the transitioning of learning back into school.

 

Lever 3 – Transparent Curriculum

Our children may well feel they have lost time with their learning at school and we want to show them that we understand this, and that we will help them to become confident learners at school.

 

Lever 4 – Metacognition

In different environments, children will have been learning in different ways and may have developed different styles of learning. It is vital that we acknowledge this, and help them become more self-aware.

 

Lever 5 – Space, to be, to rediscover self and to find their voice on learning in this issue.

It is only natural that we work at an incredible pace to make sure this group of learners are not disadvantaged, providing opportunities and exploration alongside the intensity of our expectations.

 

We will of course focus on addressing gaps in children’s learning in the core subjects. Daily reading remains a priority for children, and will be a key part of the time-table. Please continue to support your children with their reading at home.

 

Please do stay in touch via ClassDojo and look out for further communication throughout this term.

 

 

Phase 1 Curriculum Presentation 2020

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Phase 2 Curriculum Presentation 2020

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Phase 3 Curriculum Presentation 2020

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Phase 4 Curriculum Presentation 2020

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Please click here to view the Primary National Curriculum for England

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🔵 Welcome to Sudbury Primary School 🔵 Please follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with our latest events @SudburyPrimary 🔵 Get all of our school diary dates onto your smart phone by subscribing to our school calendar

Sudbury's Mission Statement

Working together in harmony to develop confident, well-educated learners with healthy minds and bodies, who are independent, resilient, motivated and committed to lifelong learning.

Sudbury's Mission Statement

Working together in harmony to develop confident, well-educated learners with healthy minds and bodies, who are independent, resilient, motivated and committed to lifelong learning.

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