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. 6.6 Available Now

What's Inside?

Communicating for Life
A new report shows that the SEND reforms of the past 10 years have not been beneficial for children with speech, language and communication needs. Caroline Wright highlights the importance of this area and offers solutions for helping this vulnerable group of students.

The Reading Journey
Can pleasure be found in reading by those who struggle with literacy skills? Sue Wilkinson explains how the Reading Agency is helping people improve their reading in ways that enhance their overall well being.

Tackling Inequality in the System
Educational inequality is a complex problem that society has a moral and economic responsibility to address. Sam Butters shows how the Fair Education Alliance, a coalition of nearly 100 organisations, is tackling the issue, aiming for educational equality for all.  p28

Teaching for Neurodiversity
With all the demands placed on teachers in the classroom, can they really be expected to meet the needs of students with dyslexia and other related learning disorders? Dominic Griffiths and Liz Horobin share the results of their latest research showing that teacher training with an approach based on ‘neurodiversity’ can help support the whole range of learners.

Meaningful Assessment at the Margins
Can students from marginalized backgrounds be taught in a way that allows them to learn as much as possible and overcome the barriers they face? Asyia Kazmi shows how the Assessment for Learning program is enabling teachers to become super-educators in the most difficult environments.

Philosophy and Aspiration
How do you develop a community of enquiry with at-risk students? James Crabbe and Ali Hadawi show us how askit, a philosophy-based program is changing the lives of vulnerable young people in FE.

Impaired and Thriving
Why are so many visual and hearing-impaired students not achieving A-levels or going on to University? Martin McLean and Jude Thompson show how simple accommodations and making students aware of opportunities can go a long way to changing this situation.

SENDing Students on the Road to Success
Post-16 education can be a big jump for many students and for those with SEND, it is especially important that they extend their abilities and prepare for a more independent adulthood. Lainy Russell offers some tips for supporting students on this journey.   

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Mathematicians in the Making
Early Years education is an excellent time for play and discovery. However, through quality interactions, teachers can make a big difference in developing mathematical thinking in the youngest learners.


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