Child File: The governments guide to behaviour
In this issue of ECU we have included a report about the government’s approach to behaviour. In this issue of ChildFile we explore in more detail the material and information included in their guidance. We also incorporate their advice about dealing with bullying and provide an example of an anti-bullying policy. It should be noted that these government materials are still in the consultation stage and the final versions will be published in July 2011. The guidance will need to be reviewed and amended once the Education Bill has passed through Parliament. Child file materials: Guidance for your behaviour policy; Teachers’ powers; Guidance for governors; Advice for school leaders and governing bodies on bullying; Anti-bullying policy example
When I grow up I want to be…
Aspirations For Life received a mention in the SEN Green Paper. We have been promised a toolkit of practical resources based upon it. Here, Sally Warren from Paradigm tells us more about what the programme entails and why it should continue.
Support and Aspiration (open access article)
The Government’s consultation document ‘Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability’ was published in March. Here Lorraine Peterson from NASEN summarises the main points for ECU.
Effective, proven and in the UK
We’ve heard a lot about the early interventions of the US. Graham Allen’s report is a directory of what works there. But it’s also happening in the UK. In this article C4EO explain how they are helping local projects show their worth.
Evaluating the impact of Every Child Counts
‘Every Child Counts’ (ECC) was a numeracy programme introduced into English primary schools in 2008. An evaluation has been conducted by the Universities of Birmingham, Durham and York and the Department of Education to identify what effect the programme has had.
The government’s guide to behaviour
Guidance on behaviour had been promised. It has arrived in a minimalist package. What does it contain?