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Covid Recovery Curriculum

On this page you will find our adapted curriculum for the next phase of our school as we welcome back all pupils in September. We are calling this our recovery curriculum, which acknowledges that there have been big losses to children as they have stayed at home. The focus for Regent Farm in the autumn will be upon ensuring that pupils are ready to learn and as such social and emotional learning will be prioritised. The act of recovery is as much an emotional and social one as it is academic, and our ability to recognise and plan for this will be at the heart of our learners’ eventual success. 





Wellbeing is at the forefront of our recovery from the Covid-19 crisis. Every child in our school has had a different experience during this time and as a school we have prioritised what the children will need on their return to school.


Fundamental to a successful return to school for children is to ensure that they feel supported by their teachers, parents and peers as they transition back into school. Upon a child’s return to school our first focus will always be their wellbeing and happiness. Children need to feel safe and confident to learn effectively and at Regent Farm this will always be our priority.


Each child will require differing amounts of support upon their return and we aim to ensure that the pastoral support on offer will be effective and can help all pupils to engage successfully in their learning and fully integrate back into the whole school experience.

Children may not have seen their friends, classmates and teachers for some time so our aim is to provide a framework within school to support these relationships. We will do this through:



Academic Recovery Curriculum


These have been divided into 3 main groups, we will continue to use the curriculum overviews and revised target setting sheets to share this information with our parents.


  1. Non-negotiable key concepts, knowledge and skills all pupils need to understand and will be taught in the new academic year before starting a new concept.
  2. Deeper concepts and knowledge we’d like pupils to learn but these are taught at a later date or covered again within the key stage.
  3. Concepts that are not as essential for future learning and aren't always necessary for a good level of understanding. These will not be excluded from the curriculum but will be covered in a variety of other ways, which included: home learning projects, enhancement days/activities and visits.


We will overcome the impact of lost learning time through: