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ECJ 5.6 Cover

The cover of Every Child Journal 5.6!

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ECJ 5.6 Editorial

A word from our editor, Professor Sonia Blandford!

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ECJ 5.6 Contents

The contents of Every Child Journal 5.6!

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ECJ 5.6 Newsreel

Achievement for All launches major conference for social mobility

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ECJ 5.6 Maintaining momentum of SEND reform

Two years into the new SEN and Disabilities system, how do we maintain the changes that are making a difference? A personal view from practitioner Dr Simon Jenner.

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ECJ 5.6 Reforming performance management

At its core education is about people and, in particular, developing their potential. Just as schools embrace the chance to develop young people so too should they make the most of all opportunities to develop the teachers who shape those young people.

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ECJ 5.6 Capabilities: The new currency for success

There is, sadly, no simple recipe for success in life. But every day we understand more about what the influencing factors are.

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ECJ 5.6 Mathematics Mastery

How our approach leads to confidence building in children with SEND.

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ECJ 5.6 Nurturing young mathematicians

Ems Lord considers how you can enrich the maths experiences of the children in your classroom or early years setting, whatever curriculum or approach to maths you use. She discusses maths activities from NRICH – a collaboration between the faculties of maths and education at the University of Cambridge and part of the Millennium Mathematics Project.

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ECJ 5.6 Biscuits or Banquets?

Maureen Hunt examines the quality of the reading ‘diet’ children are getting and how important it is for those children from more disadvantaged backgrounds to have rich reading experiences in school. She explores why solely using a phonic based approach is not enough and gives some top tips for teachers to make the reading experience into a metaphorical banquet for children.

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ECJ 5.6 Attachment Based Mentoring

It is widely recognised that vulnerable children struggle to access learning and experience success at school. With interventions purely designed to move them on with learning they often have difficulty engaging and making progress. Perhaps something else is needed?

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ECJ 5.6 Supporting pupils’ emotional needs

Understanding how to support a child to develop emotionally can have a positive impact on academic success as well as self esteem, resilience and levels of happiness. Grasping the idea that a pupil’s emotional age can be very different from their chronological age is the first step to providing this support according to Lucy Barnes, Headteacher at Beech Lodge School in Berkshire.

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ECJ 5.6 Child File - Developing Professional Practice

In practice, it is important not only to recognise a child or young person’s specific pedagogical needs, but also to respond constructively to those needs. This regular section will provide a summary of common problems or difficulties with which children or young people may present in an educational setting and show how, through reflection (individually or in teams), appropriate interventions can minimise or even remove children or young people’s barriers to learning.

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