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Ecj 2.5 Contents

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ecj2.5_p01_Editorial

When is a child not a child?

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ecj2.5_p04-05_Developments and news temp

Special free schools breach fundamental human rights 100,000 children could be self-harming by 2020 Volunteering can be beneficial to the most vulnerable youngsters Achievement for All pilot shows progress in SEN attainment

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ecj2.5_p06-09_Reports

Ecj 2.5 Reports AN ANALYSIS OF REPORTED BULLYING AT SCHOOL SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN ACROSS SERVICES MONITORING POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION 2011 A PROFILE OF PUPIL ABSENCE IN ENGLAND

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ecj2.5_p10-14_Social Care_A matter of life and death

What lessons can you learn when a 14 year-old from local authority care is found dead? Mark Douglas and Rachel Farnham look at how Northumberland found inspiration in adversity and launched a new initiative to safeguard other adolescents

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ecj2.5_p16-20_Social Care_Growing Stronger

Resilience is often seen as a vague concept. But if you adopt a rigorous approach it can achieve unexpected and sometimes astonishing results, both for children and staff says Lucy Bailey

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ecj2.5_p22-26_Education-working with a new framework

The new Ofsted inspection framework starts in January – but how will schools fare under the new system? Primary school head teacher, Julia Lawson, talks about her experience of piloting the new framework

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ecj2.5_p28-33_Education-dealing with disengaged parents

What do you do when parents with low eduational aspirations disengage from their children’s schools? Barbara Hine looks at how an initiative in Staffordshire solved the problem by starting from the parents’ perpective

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ecj2.5_p34-38_Early Intervention_united front

In the second in their series on early intervention, Janet Walker and Cam Donaldson look at what we know about multi-agency working with vulnerable young people and how can we do better

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ecj2.5_p39-44_Disabilities-Special Outcomes

A four-year Labour government programme to improve outcomes for children with special educational needs was completed earlier this year. But did it make any difference? Mairi-Ann Cullen reports on the evaluation of its impact on schools, pupils and parents

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Recognising, referring and diagnosing autism

Autism affects far more children than we once thought. Yet what is the advice on recognising, referring and diagnosing autism? Diana Howlett and Sharon Richman, who have just published a clinical guideline for NICE on the subject, explain.

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ecj2.5_p50-55_Policy research_against all odds

Why do some children from poor backgrounds do so much better at school than others? The latest insights from the EPPSE research reports throws light on new findings

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ecj2.5_p56-59_Families_Going Solo

Almost half of children in single parent families end up living in poverty. Yet what help is available for parents to support their children while trying to extricate themselves from a troubled relationship? Simon Bates reports on a new resource for parents

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ecj2.5_p60-64_In My View_too much too soon

A powerful group of academics, practitioners and campaigners have hit out at the Early Years Foundation Stage’s obsession with targets, school-based learning and ICT, arguing that it kills the joy of learning and contributes to the erosion of childhood. Richard House, who is co-ordinating the campaign with his Open EYE colleagues, explains why

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Ecj 2.5 Cover page

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