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11/12/2013
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ECJ 4.1 Editorial - The science and social

Social work has always had an uncomfortable relationship with biology. It stems from an ideological difference: social work believes that our understanding of the world is constructed by our relationships, surroundings and environment; biology that our characteristics are innate.

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ECJ 4.1 Contents

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ECJ 4.1 Developments and news

Black children still not doing well from the school system; Google and Microsoft to block abuse images; Ofsted toughens up nursery inspections; and more.

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ECJ 4.1 Reports

Does money affect children's outcomes?; Too young to fail; The importance of rank position; and more.

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Providing for special educational needs

The government’s SEN Code of Practice to support the Children and Families Bill has now been published. But will it improve the lives of children? Simon Parkinson sees grounds for optimism.

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Moving into the comfort zone

Relationships are everything to young children, helping them to build confidence, resilience and security. So what do you do when parents struggle to form attachments with their children? Brenda McLackland looks at practice that helps create a comfort zone for relationships to thrive.

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The summer-born effect

Does being born in the summer months make you more likely to struggle at school? Chris Smith looks at the increasingly powerful evidence for greater help to stop the youngest children in their year from falling behind at school.

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Blood ties: exploring the relationship between gangs and families

The received wisdom is that young people get fast tracked into gangs after being shunned or neglected at home. But, as Tom Sackville discovered, if you ask young people and the families themselves, they tell a different story...

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Managing behaviour

Schools are unruly, pupils unmanageable, behaviour is deteriorating. Or at least that’s what the headlines would lead us to believe. But what do teachers think? Harriet Weaving and Kate Pyle talk through the latest findings.

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Handle with Care: Neuroscience and Child Protection

What can neuroscience tell us about child neglect and abuse? Sue White and David Wastell cast a sceptical eye over the debate and warn that policymakers are being too easily seduced by simplistic interpretations of the evidence.

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Grooming and exploitation of Asian and Muslim girls

Asian and Muslim girls are safe from sexual exploitation because they are protected by their families and traditions, right? Not according to new and alarming research from the Muslim Women’s Network. Tim Linehan reports.

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Now you’re talking

Addressing children’s speech, language and communication are at the heart of intervening early and supporting children through school. As the SEN reforms come into force next year, Louisa Reeves analyses a programme designed to support schools.

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Reducing teenage pregnancy

Reducing the rate of teenage pregnancy has been an elusive government goal for many years. But now, it seems that the tide is turning, with some areas achieving spectacular results. Nicola Corrigan outlines how Bradford halved its rates.

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Engaging parents in education

Schools deliver the best results for pupils when they actively involve parents in their children’s education. But creating a successful engagement strategy can feel threatening to a school and is always challenging. So how do you do it? Tim Linehan looks at best practice.

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ECJ 4.1 Full Issue

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