The STLS want to support schools to reintegrate pupils into school.
It is important to focus on the experiences the pupils have had in lockdown and support their mental health on their return. We suggest the focus for schools should be on well-being rather than the pressures of diving straight into an academic curriculum.
To help support the reintegration process we recommend these links:
Reintegration planning form for pupils with SEND
Planning guide for early years and childcare settings
Neurosequential Network Stress & Trauma Series 2020
The Solihull Approach - trauma training
Return to School - Wellbeing Support
Please find some useful documents you can use to support your pupils to reintegrate successfully.
Useful Documents to Support Reintegration
Powerpoint for staff training on the first day and for the CYP on their first day EY and KS1
Powerpoint for staff training on the first day and for the CYP on their first day Year 3 - 5
Social Stories - Early Years
Social Stories - Schools
Supporting the reintegration of Early Years.
Early child development sets the foundation for lifelong learning, behaviour, and health. The experiences children have in early childhood shape the brain and the child's capacity to learn, to get along with others, and to respond to daily stresses and challenges. This has certainly been a challenging time for our pupils so there needs to be careful planning to ensure positive well-being.
Loss and Bereavement for EY Settings
Reintegration of Early Years
County Reintegration Project Resources
Universal and Transition Resources
Parents and Carers
The Recovery Curriculum resources
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