Curriculum provision in the small primary school a study of problems and possible solutions to them by R. A. Howells

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Statementby R. A. Howells.
SeriesOccasional papers, Occasional papers (Cambridge Institute of Education)
ContributionsCambridgeInstitute of Education.
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Paginationvi,32p.
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL20251566M
ISBN 100856030104
OCLC/WorldCa29388448

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Parents are invited into school for events such as ‘Book Tastings’ where the children hosted a reading event to share with their families. We also work with the local public library to celebrate the Summer Reading Challenge where children work towards a reading medal during the school holidays that is presented in school.

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Wednesday afternoon is the time for Resilient Me. which is the school's bespoke emotional wellbeing and PSE programme. KS3. Whilst the school, as a community special school for children with medical/mental health needs, is exempt from the national curriculum, it is still broadly followed.

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