This analysis by the Children’s Commissioner for England reveals that thousands of teenagers in England are falling through the gaps in the school and care systems.
There has been a growing body of evidence that reading for pleasure is the most important indicator of the future success of a child. Dr Beth Southard considers a book scheme in Norwich that encourages children in care to read more.
Sue Clifford, MBE writes the second of two articles exploring how certain areas of the curriculum can be ‘triggers from the past’ for some traumatised children.
Why did a group of Virtual Headteachers of children in care create a charity to research the characteristics of Attachment Aware Setting. Tony Clifford finds out.
It is widely recognised that vulnerable children struggle to access learning and experience success at school. With interventions purely designed to move them on with learning they often have difficulty engaging and making progress. Perhaps something else is needed?