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Every Child Update Issue 10 News

Rise in underage drinkers attending A&E; Michael Gove admits pupil premium funding is from within education budget; Working-class young people hit hard by Spending Review; Young people find safety in numbers.

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04/11/2010
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International Perspective on Integrated Children’s Services

This research report, published by the CfBT Education Trust, covers a review of the international literature on, and policies relating to, the integration of children’s services.

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04/11/2010
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Autism & Educational Assessment: UK Policy and Practice

Over the past two decades UK government legislation has led to an increased focus on inclusive education. This research, funded by NFER, investigated UK assessment policy and practice for mainstream-educated pupils who are diagnosed with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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04/11/2010
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Childhood Wellbeing: a brief preview

The aim of this government briefing paper from the Childhood Wellbeing Research Centre is to provide an overview of recent evidence in the field of childhood wellbeing. The paper provides a summary of how wellbeing is conceptualised; the domains and measures employed to assess child wellbeing within the UK and internationally; how the views of children and young people are incorporated into work on child wellbeing, and some conclusions from key studies relevant to the wellbeing of children and young people in the UK.

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04/11/2010
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Information, Advice and Guidance for Young People

This research project by the Local Government Association (LGA) looks at the current ‘fitness for purpose’ of the Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) services provided to young people aged from 14 to 19.

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04/11/2010
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The Role of Primary Mental Health Workers in Education

Promoting good emotional health is an increasingly important function in schools. Consequently, better basic knowledge of mental health is needed across the children’s workforce. School staff require sufficient support, time and resources to develop their knowledge and expertise.

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04/11/2010
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Young People and the Digital Divide

This report presents the findings of research carried out by the charity Catch22 on young people’s experiences of using the internet.

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04/11/2010
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Promoting the wellbeing of looked-after children

NICE and SCIE have issued new draft guidance to improve the social and emotional well-being of children in care. Tim Linehan reports on how it will work.

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04/11/2010
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Supporting bereaved children

One child in every classroom is likely to experience the death of a member of their family, yet too often their needs are overlooked writes Alison Penny.

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04/11/2010
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Child File: Children with specific needs

These child file materials look at children with specific needs. They include: ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and self-harm.

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04/11/2010
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Every Child Update Issue 10

Download the complete Every Child Update Issue 10 here.

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04/11/2010
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