Posts tagged with: resource

Episode 8: A Recovery Curriculum Part 8: Dr Tina Rae

In this episode the eminent Child and Educational Psychologist, Dr Tina Rae, explores how we can resource a Recovery Curriculum. Through nurture approaches Tina targets specific interventions, which enable the Teacher to support the child who is demonstrating bereavement, trauma... Read More

Episode 7: A Recovery Curriculum Part 7: Sharon Gray OBE (Embark Federation & Wholehearted Learning)

In this episode we hear from Sharon Gray, OBE. Sharon has extensive experience in all sectors of education, but especially in the field of Social, Emotional and Mental Health, (SEMH), and with students who could be described as ‘on the... Read More

Episode 6: A Recovery Curriculum Part 6 Beverley Cockbill

In this episode Professor Barry Carpenter interviews Beverley Cockbill, who has extensive experience of children with Complex Needs through her research and practice, especially in relation to the Engagement Model. Bev describes how engagement is key to effective teaching and... Read More

Episode 5: A Recovery Curriculum Part 5: Martin McKenna (Palmerston School & Foxfield School)

We hear from a leader in Special Education, Martin McKenna, currently Deputy Head of Palmerston School in Liverpool, and about to take up the Headship of Foxfield School on the Wirral. Martin articulates his philosophy around interdisciplinary teamwork which has... Read More

Episode 4: A Recovery Curriculum Part 4: Jason Cook, Ali Erskine & Anne Mason (Whitfield Aspen School)

In this episode the leadership and management of the Recovery Curriculum is discussed by the Senior Leadership Team of Whitfield Aspen School, a primary school in Dover. This is a unique, inclusive primary school with over 300 pupils, and over... Read More
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