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.
Its the new Klondike! The growth of Academies and decline of local government's role in education has led to a Gold Rush of companies pushing to provide support services to schools and MATs
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.
What are the consequences of turmoil in a child’s early life and how does it affect their behaviour and learning in school. Sue Clifford digs deeper into the issues and suggests some responses.
Narrative therapy, children telling the stories of their lives and culture, can be an effective early intervention that prevents more serious mental health issues developing in children. Carl Dutton explains.
Her own class background has given Professor Sonia Blandford a unique insight into the way working class children fail and what can be done about it.
Although parents with learning difficulties are usually perfectly able to bring up their children the experiences they can offer are more limited and this can impact on their social, emotional and learning development. Linda Gough suggests the ways schools can help.
One in three children leave primary school with a reading level that is below national expectations, with profound consequences for both the child and society. It doesn’t have to be this way, argues Jonathan Douglas.
Marius Frank looks at the findings on securing better outcomes for SEND children involved with the Youth Justice System.
Children need the tools and the confidence to stop being victims. Claude Knights of Kidscape, explains how to go about it.