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Every Child Update 24 Contents

Every Child Update 24 Contents

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21/06/2012
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Every Child Update 24 Editorial

Every Child Update 24 Editorial

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21/06/2012
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Every Child Update 24 News

Updates from Parliament

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21/06/2012
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Child files: Working with parents

Guidance and resources to make the sometimes stressful task of forming good, solid relationships with your students’ parents a little bit easier. Includes information on overcoming barriers to involvement, structured conversations and effective signposting.

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21/06/2012
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Reports - Improving attendance at school

Charlie Taylor, The Government’s Expert Adviser on Behaviour, released the document, ‘Improving attendance at school’. It is less than 12 pages long but includes some hard-hitting messages for schools, particularly primary schools.

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21/06/2012
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Reports - Supporting parents – guidance

It can be difficult to know what is expected for schools in relation to divorced and separated parents. This document provides clear guidance for what schools should and shouldn’t do as well as general advice about engaging parents in the education process.

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21/06/2012
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Feature - Having a say at school

Almost every school has a pupil council. They have increasingly become a standard feature in the bid to give pupils a voice. But do we know if they actually work? The University of Edinburgh reports on their research.

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21/06/2012
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Feature - Good food without legislation?

The national school food standards are at least part of the story in improving what children and young people eat at school. What can we expect now not all schools must follow them?

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21/06/2012
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Feature - Supporting pupils’ parents

In many respects parents are the experts when it comes to their own children. But what about when parents need help too? Family Lives tell us about how they are helping schools help their parents.

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21/06/2012
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Reports -SEN the next steps

On the 15th May 2012 the Government published the next steps in its SEN reform. ‘Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability: Progress and next steps’

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21/06/2012
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ECU 24 Full issue

Download the full issue here.

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26/09/2013
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