Child File: Responding to Children’s Needs

These Child Files examines the issues of behavioural, emotional and social difficulties and difficulties in speech, language and communication.
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  • Behavioural, social and emotional difficulties
  • Responding to children’s needs

In practice, it is important not only to recognise a child or young person’s specific pedagogical needs, but also to respond constructively to those needs. This regular section will provide a summary of common problems or difficulties with which children or young people may present in an educational setting and show how, through reflection (individually or in teams), appropriate interventions can minimise or even remove children or young people’s barriers to learning. 

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