Taking into account past experiences and focusing on young people as individuals can have a comparable effect to having trained therapists on staff. Sarah Gillette’s trust is taking a trauma informed approach to supporting students’ social and emotional wellbeing.
Blog by Howard Sharron on knife crime and the policy challenges in reducing it
Joan Deslandes, OBE, shows how Kingsford Community School is helping children from deprived backgrounds reach for the top, achieving the distinction of becoming a Centre of Excellence for their approach to inclusivity.
Communicating with parents of disadvantaged children can be an ongoing challenge. Carolyn Kelly, Deputy Head Teacher shares ways to connect.
Narrative therapy, children telling the stories of their lives and culture,
can be an effective early intervention that prevents more serious mental
health issues developing in children. Carl Dutton explains.
Amy Husband is the head teacher of Clifford Bridge Academy. Here she gives a personal view on what it means to be an inclusive school.
Trolling is a form of online bullying that can devastate young people. But the more you look into it, the more disturbing it gets, with new evidence emerging that some young people are trolling themselves. It this a cry for help or a form of self-harm? Ken Corish investigates.
Brian Lamb examines why parents should be at the centre of good school practice on SEND if you want to improve attainment and outcomes.
‘Easier said than done’ is how Ann Stacey, head of Aldermoor Farm Primary School, viewed the Code. Then she tried to make it work.