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30 Years of Change for Children A Guide to Developing Good Practice in Childhood Bereavement Services A Job for Life
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In this 1993 title, children's sector experts consider the changes and developments affecting children's welfare since NCB formed in 1963. This ebook offers indispensable guidance to anyone setting up a new or already delivering a childhood bereavement service In this report from 1982, three authors discuss the best methods for parental support, based upon the premise that any support or education should build upon parents' own skills and needs.
A Real Part to Play Against the Odds All Together
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This downloadable resource will enable professionals and other adults to empower young people to participate in planning and regeneration projects. This ebook looks at how child and family support services are working in one local authority, but draws conclusions that are relevant throughout England This book will encourage early years professionals to develop inclusive policies for care and education of young disabled children
All You Need is Love At the Double Be Aware: Alcohol and Other Drugs
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Using the voices of young people, this book explores what they think about the morality of sexual relationships Informative reading for those working with disabled children, this research is based on the findings of a qualitative study of 24 families who each had two or more severely disabled children A resource pack for practitioners working with young people to improve their understanding of alcohol and drugs related issues
Born to Fail? Britain's Sixteen-Year-Olds By Degrees: The First Year
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This significant 1973 NCB publication offers a study of disadvantaged children born in the late 1950s, and the hardships that confronted them in almost every aspect of their daily lives This 1976 report details the physical, educational and social development of a sample of teenagers, all born within the same week in 1958 This report tracks the progress of three groups of young people entering higher education from a background in local authority care and looks at the personal and financial support they received
Change, Challenge and School Nursing Child Development from Birth to Eight Child Poverty
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Based on a survey of almost three thousand pupils, this book looks at the health needs of young people and the school nursing service in practice Recommended reading for many childcare courses, this book for anyone who works with young children and who needs to know more about how they learn and develop This review aims to provide a clearer understanding of the development, implementation and evaluation of whole-area child poverty strategies.
Childcare Act 2006 Children and Decision Making Children and Residential Care in Europe
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This highly accessible guide offers a straightforward explanation of the first piece of legislation to focus solely on young children and childcare A report examining how children negotiate their involvement in family functioning, rule making and day-to-day decision making This ebook examines children and child care services, especially residential child care, across Europe
Children in Adversity Children's Perspectives on Believing and Belonging Children's Rights and Participation in Residential Care
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Now available to download, this 1982 follow up to Born to Fail? follows the same group of children between the ages of 11 to 16 Based on interviews with pupils from three schools, this ebook considers religious identity and experience and young people's understanding of religious diversity This ebook charts the role of young people in developing and improving residential services
Children's Understanding of their Sibling Relationships Closing Children's Homes Closing the gap in educational achievement and improving emotional resilience for children and young people with additional needs
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This report explores how children in middle childhood understand and experience sibling relationships This ebook examines the crisis of confidence in residential child care in the early 1990's and assesses the potential benefits of alternatives such as foster care This review aims to draw out the key messages about 'what works' in closing the gap in educational achievement and improving emotional resilience for children and young people with additional needs.
Dangerous Highs Developing On-site Sexual Health Services in Secondary Education Development Guide
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This is a unique insight on volatile substance abuse as either a main or a significant issue based on an analysis of 356 calls made by children and young people to ChildLine between 1999 and 2003 Now available as an ebook, this resource offers both practical and strategic support to professionals seeking to set up sexual health services in educational settings Now available as an ebook, this best-selling 1977 guide enables practitioners and parents to keep a record of a child's development
Effective classroom strategies for closing the gap in educational achievement for children and young people living in poverty, including white working-class boys Effective practice to protect children living in 'highly resistant' families Ensuring all disabled children and young people and their families receive services which are sufficiently differentiated to meet their diverse needs
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This review aims to draw out the key 'what works' messages for classroom practice on closing the achievement gap for children living in poverty. This review pulls together the rather disparate literature relevant to the subpopulation of families that may be characterised as resistant. The review focuses specifically on disabled children from black and minority ethnic groups, from asylum-seeking families, with complex needs and living away from home (excluding looked-after children)