What should the curriculum be right now?

How can we still be teaching the same schemes of work we taught last year?

Whilst we are grateful to twinkl, Oxford Reading Tree, Collins, Hamilton Trust and all the generous resource banks that have unlocked their treasure stores to show their support, surely it all looks a bit stale right now?

Why haven’t we seized this opportunity to teach about mental health, e-safety, germ theory, gardening, baking, patience, communication and a million other brilliant topics which our children need to learn about right now?

This isn’t a time to follow the long-term plans. This is a time to reinvent, reinvigorate and refresh our deepest assumptions.

So please, wake up. Ask new questions. Listen to new ideas. Let the world change.

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