Child File: Addressing Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)
Chair of the National Association of Professionals concerned with Language Impairment in Children (NAPLIC) dispels some myths about Developmental Language Disorder.
Getting Off to a Flying Start
Michelle Doyle Wildman from Parentkind gives her take on achieving a successful transition by focusing on the parents, as well as the child.
Closing the Literacy Gap with Early Years Music
Auditory skills are crucial to the development of literacy in young children. Sue Newman shows how a new training programme is showing parents and teachers how to bring music to every day activities for vulnerable young people.
Reducing the Impact of Trauma for Looked After Children
The single most common factor for children who develop resilience is having at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive parent, caregiver, or other adult. Tony Clifford explains how teachers can use attachment theory to help Looked After Children cope with the stress of their experience.
Imagining the Closing of the Gap
The latest metrics show that many gaps remain in the education system. Sam Butters from the Fair Education Alliance asks what it would take to really create a fair education system.
Developing Resilience with Emotion Coaching
Helping children understand and reframe difficult emotions can go a long way to building resilience and countering unwanted behaviours. Janet Rose and Louise Gilbert share a powerful technique for helping both young people and adults improve their emotional intelligence.
How much tolerance is there in our system?
Georgina Newton calls for an ethos of inclusion and tolerance in our education system.
James Bowen, Director of NAHT Edge, calls for a return to inclusion.
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