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Ukraine Resources

There has been much discussion about the educational future for Ukrainian children and their families as they start to arrive in schools.  The Services for Schools website will be keeping an updated service developing on there and the lead for the Local Authority is Sam Harrison,  He will ensure that anything posted there will also come to CAPH and we can keep you regularly informed.
In discussion with colleagues the 'Bell Foundation' website has free resources and regular CPD webinars for staff and they have many years of working with refugee families and so will be a great resource for many questions.

Supporting refugees from Ukraine

To support refugees from Ukraine and those children displaced by the conflict, the Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science (MoES) has published the Ukrainian curriculum.
Whilst schools should continue to prioritise delivering their usual curriculum, they may also wish to share these Ukrainian educational materials with incoming pupils and families from Ukraine.
Whilst these resources could be used to complement pupils’ education, for example, for use at home or in supplementary schools, they should not be used to substitute for schools’ usual curriculum.
Where children and young people from Ukraine may be attending supplementary schools in the evenings or at weekends, schools may wish to signpost parents and carers to the guidance on keeping children safe in out-of-school settings.

Jigsaw resource - 'Friends we haven't met yet'

Jigsaw have produced a resource called ‘Friends we haven’t met yet’ and is a comic strip type resource. It is freely downloadable in two formats. One in full colour and the other colourless where students can be creative and colour in themselves.

You can find full details below.