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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

This is affecting us all at work and at home. We’re working hard to keep services running and focusing on the most critical. This means some services may be affected. For help, call 08085 834333.

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Recovery Curriculum

Welcome to Coventry's Recovery Curriculum

This is a local, co-produced repository of information and resources to support the mental health of children and young people during the phased reopening of educational settings.

The Recovery Curriculum is written primarily for staff in early years settings and schools.

  • If you are a young person, you can find out more about the coronavirus and staying safe on the health for kids and health for teens websites.
  • If you are a parent or carer who would like guidance on how best to support children at home, you can access support from a Health Visitor or School Nurses through the Chat Health texting service on 07520 615293 or request a consultation with a SEND Professional by calling 024 7678 8400.
  • If you are a setting leader and would like guidance on risk assessment and supporting the physical health of staff and students, you can read further information.

The Recovery Curriculum will be reviewed and refreshed as further government advice is made available. If you have a resource or an example of good practice that you would like to share with your colleagues across the city, please let us know so we can continue to grow our local offer.

You can contact the SEND Support Service through your link SEND Professionals, over the telephone on 024 7678 8400 or through email.

For ease of reference, materials have been grouped together by Educational phase. Please select from the links below to access practical advice and resources.

Pre School and Foundation Stage

Primary School

Secondary School

Further Education 

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