Every Child Journal

Every Child Journal

Securing a future for vulnerable children.

Safeguarding, Learning Difficulties, Complex Needs, Conditions, Health and Well Being, Care Strategies, Inter-agency working, Parenting, Research, Problem recognition and remediation strategies for professionals in education, care and health.

A practice journal for professionals seeking to improve the life-outcomes of disadvantaged children.
ISSN: 2041-0840
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In issue 5.3:

Cover story

Children as victims of domestic violence
Children have long been viewed as witnesses to domestic violence, rather than victims. That view is changing, but research reveals there’s much still to do to fully understand and support children who live in a violent household. Suzanne O’Connell reports.

Also in this issue:

Latest news on SEN
It’s been a whole year since the implementation of SEN reform, but local authorities are still in the process of putting it into operation. We examine some of the latest developments.

SEN and the new Ofsted framework
How good is your school’s provision for children with special educational needs? We pick out the key points for leaders from the 2015 Ofsted inspection framework.

What’s happened to the SEN reform?
Since the launch of the new SEN framework, families up and down the country have been subjected to missed deadlines, confused practice and poorly trained staff. What’s going on? Tania Tirraoro reflects on a troubling year.

Supporting healthy transitions to adult life

What works when it comes to helping young people become healthy, responsible adults? Jamila Boughelaf describes a new service giving teachers evidence-based practice to reduce risky behaviour.

Introducing Achievement for All
Achievement for all: Making the vision a reality
Launching our new partnership with education charity Achievement for All, CEO Sonia Blandford presents a step-by-step guide to creating a vibrant, inclusive learning environment for all children, no matter their background.

Aiming higher with Achievement for All – a special school’s view
With so many pupils on roll with complex special needs, staff at The Avenue School in Reading were initially sceptical about Achievement for All’s ambitious approach to raising aspirations among parents and pupils. Headteacher Dame Sue Bourne describes the remarkable turnaround.

Improving children’s speech and language through a culture of communication
Too many children start school without the language skills they need to communicate and progress. What can be done? Sonia Blandford and Catherine Knowles emphasise the importance of a culture where children’s voices are listened to and truly valued.

The experiences of a young carer
Joshua Francis shares a moving personal account of what life is like as a young carer at school and at home, and considers ways professionals might ease the burden.


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