Every Child Journal

Every Child Journal

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Aspirations may be high, policies well-intentioned, but to those professionals working on the ground, delivering services to meet the needs of disadvantaged children on a shoestring, the gap between the ambitions we have for all children and the practicalities of delivering it has never seemed so daunting.

Every Child journal, now in association with the special needs charity, Achievement for All, explores these territories, sharing best practice, new policy making and research. We highlight evidence-based practice and new trends to help professionals find their way in a rapidly changing world.
ISSN: 2041-0840
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Latest Issue No. 7.1 Available Now

What's Inside?

Forgotten Children: Creating policy with heart
What happens to young people who are excluded or put into alternative provision? A new report shows that their options are bleaker than thought. Thelma Walker highlights what changes need to be made to support this vulnerable group.

Raising aspirations through empowerment and leadership
Joan Deslandes OBE shows how AfA’s ‘Achieving Schools’ framework is helping students to overcome their backgrounds and have meaningful opportunities for growth and leadership.

Embracing inclusion
Funding cuts and test-based accountability systems have been implemented over the past decade, making it more difficult for SEND students and schools across the board. James Bowen calls for an inclusion mentality to be placed back at the heart of the system.

How much tolerance is there in our system? The case for a ‘rounded’ approach
Zero-tolerance behaviour policies are being proposed in some schools and Georgina Newton believes that this is dehumanising and that instead policies should be based on compassion.

Developing resilience with emotion coaching
How can students be taught how to process difficult emotions and become more secure in their environment? Janet Rose and Louise Gilbert share how Emotion Coaching is turning around emotionally-charged situations for children and teachers.

Imagining the closing of the gap
What if we had a system that was fair and equal for all? Despite the efforts of educators, policy makers and communities, progress in this area is not being made. Sam Butters of the Fair Education Alliance explores what it would really mean to close the gap.

Reducing the impact of Trauma for Looked After Children
How can teachers improve the chances of Looked After Children in their classroom? Tony Clifford shows how building a relationship using attachment principles can make a big difference.

Closing the literacy gap with early years music
Can basic music training improve literacy skills? Sue Newman shares the research and outlines a new music training program that is helping early years children get ahead.

Getting off to a flying start
What can be done to help students with the transition from pre-school to primary school? Michelle Doyle Wildman from Parentkind offers ideas for tapping into one of the most important resources, parents.

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Addressing Developmental Language Disorder (DLD), Stephen Parsons
Developmental Language Disorder has much direr consequences than most people understand. Stephen Parsons shows how identifying and supporting students can help reduce numbers of youth offenders.  


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