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Campaign to Include Every Child in Education

The Every Child In Education campaign believes that every child deserves access to an education. We know that when children are treated with respect, they thrive.

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Attaining Wellbeing

Emotion coaching is an innovative approach to support children's emotional development and wellbeing.

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Building Mindfulness Through Reading

Reading is one of the most important ways to cultivate and strengthen mindfulness. Learn the steps how to start and enjoy the reading experience.

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Classroom Interventions

Classroom interventions is a comprehensive resource for teachers, administrators, and other professionals who work with pupils. Strategies to help pupils learn.

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Coaching of Emotion

Emotion Coaching as a means of promoting and maintaining the emotional and behavioral wellness of children and younger people

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Dyslexia: Overcoming Reading Difficulties

Dyslexia is a learning disability that makes reading difficult. Overcoming the challenges of reading with dyslexia is a lifelong journey

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Early Childhood Foundation Stage Reforms

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is a statutory framework for education in England and Wales for children

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Early Years Emotion Coaching

Emotion coaching is about meeting children on their own terms and providing them with the skills to manage their emotions in everyday life.

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Efficient Transitions in Early Years

Transitions can be challenging. This blog is to help parents and professionals provide children with successful transitions.

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How Significant Are Speech, Language, And Communication?

Communication, speech, and language abilities are most important for children in young ages. This article will help you to learn how to improve them.

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Increasing Attendance And Lowering Exclusions

Understanding the factors that improve attendance and engagement looked after children can help determine how to create a more productive environment for them

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Legal Framework - Being Aware Care

This post outlines the legal framework that helps children who are now cared for or who have previously been in care and the corporate family's obligations.

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Providing Assistance to Previously Looked After Children

We offer a range of information and guidance on the various aspects of supporting children who have been looked after.

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STEEP - Identify Barriers And Solutions in Your Environment

This section introduces a multi-agency action planning tool which can be used to consider specific barriers to achievement and identify potential solutions.

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Successful Personal Education Plans (PEPs)

Every child looked after is required to have a Personal Education Plan as part of the Care Plan (PEP)

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Support From Virtual Schools And Pupil Premium Plus

Virtual Schools, Pupil Premium Plus and Schools Direct provide support for children and young people with special educational needs.

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Ten Things Children Looked After Wish You to Know

This page provides 10 of the things that children looked after want you to know about what it's like to be them

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The Bubble

Buble provides a self-paced, personalized learning experience that teaches business skills from the best minds in the world.

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The CLA-friendly Approach for the Entire School

A school is only as good as the individuals who manage it, in CLA schools as well. We will look at all the factors required to make a school CLA Friendly.

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The Important Information: Facts And Terminology

Looked after children are those receiving support under the Children Act 1989 as a result of being, or having been, looked after by a local authority.

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The Learning Environment at Home

The home learning environment provides enjoyable, creative and educational activities for children. Learn how to make the best out of it.

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Why Is It Important to Read Together?

Reading together with children is just as important as reading to them. Read books, articles aloud to create a shared experience between you and your child.

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Youth Justice: SEND

Young people deserve a safe and secure childhood, the opportunity to learn and grow, the protection of their fundamental rights, and access to justice.