5 ways we created a catch-up curriculum that worked

POSTED: October 9, 2020Category: ArticlesBY: AISA P9

Across the globe, schools resonate with excited voices of students and teachers alike.

Educators across the planet will have had a multitude of priorities on their minds as they returned to their classrooms, not least, “How can I catch my students up?”

Before the school closed for the summer, we, as the leadership team, were hard at work preparing for the September return and how we could ensure students had the best chance possible to close the gap on the lost learning remote learning had created – despite teachers best efforts of course.

Click through to the Tes website for some of the details that we have put in place and how they are working.

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