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. 7.3 Available Now

What's Inside?

Disassembling Barriers through Reflection and Development

Developing Professional Practice
Sonia Blandford and Catherine Knowles explore ways to effectively establish conscious and deliberate ongoing professional development to ensure teachers are truly improving the lives of their students.

The Cost of Caring — Supporting the Mental Health of Staff
Trained support workers are becoming less common as funding cuts reach more deeply and teachers are having to pick up the slack. Does your school have a plan to support these teachers? Dr Asha Patel and Sal McKeown look at ways for improving mental health for all. 

What Do We Do About the Word Gap?
Vocabulary and spelling lists are one way to help expand youngsters’ word range, but are they enough? Stephen Parsons thinks about ways of building on your school’s current good practice to achieve success. 
Liberating Learning in Lithuania: Renkuosi Mokyti!
After years of occupation, Lithuania is now free to focus on what really matters to its people, including education. Roberta Žižienė and Coleen Jackson show how an innovative programme is inspiring leadership teams to make education the best it can be for everyone.
Taking Time to Connect with the Home Learning Environment
Getting parents and carers involved in their child’s education is crucial to their success. Maureen Hunt looks at how schools that are trained in connecting with parents are making a big difference.

Childfile: Engaging Parents and Capturing Success
Are parents engaging well with their child’s learning? Getting them to share in childrens’ accomplishments may be one way to improve this.


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