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Beyond the “recovery curriculum”: free resource pack for schools

27 August 2020   (0 Comments)
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To support schools returning this term, NACE has created a free resource pack designed to help school leaders and practitioners go beyond “recovery” in planning for the term and year ahead – prioritising wellbeing alongside an ambitious, creative, collaborative approach that allows young people not only to recover, but to truly thrive.

The pack includes guidance and key questions to support leaders and practitioners across all phases, with a focus on ensuring the most able learners are not overlooked, and that all students continue to benefit from a broad, challenging curriculum. It also highlights opportunities to build on lessons learned and skills developed during the school closure period, including support to help schools identify and embed effective use of digital technologies.

Access the free resource pack:

Join the conversation: online meetups – 10 and 15 September

Join us online on 10 September (secondary) or 15 September (primary) for two online meetups exploring approaches to the recovery curriculum and beyond in the term and year ahead. Each session will open with a presentation from a NACE Associate, drawing on the ideas raised in the resource pack, followed by an opportunity to share and discuss approaches with peers across the UK and beyond in breakout groups. The meetups are free to attend for NACE members.

Details and booking: secondary / primary

Not yet a NACE member? Starting at just £95 +VAT per year, NACE membership is available for schools (covering all staff), SCITT providers, TSAs, trusts and clusters. Bringing together school leaders and practitioners across England, Wales and internationally, members have access to advice, practical resources and CPD to support the review and improvement of provision for more able learners within a context of challenge and high standards for all. Find out more.