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ECJ 6.1 Cover

The cover of Every Child Journal 6.1!

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ECJ 6.1 Editorial

Coming together to ensure every child is included, regardless of background, challenge or need. Achievement for All in partnership with Oxford University Press

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ECJ 6.1 Contents

The contents of Every Child Journal 6.1!

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ECJ 6.1 Newsreel

The SEN school forced to cut school hours to survive budget cuts

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ECJ 6.1 Resolving the row over early years technology

Providers are divided over how effective technology is in the early years. Elpida Ahtaridou and Dr. Sue Bodman cite the research to propose a way forward.

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ECJ 6.1 Rethinking the approach to assessment

Assessment needs to be more responsive to the needs of learners, says Stephen Tierney.

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ECJ 6.1 Transforming Education: Brightening the Futures of All Children

The world is failing its disadvantaged children. Millions will leave the system grossly unprepared for their adult lives. Denise Gallucci examines this crisis and discusses what can be done to avert disaster.

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ECJ 6.1 The Government MUST rethink its early years strategy

The new early years system is lacking, regressive and unlikely to deliver. Natalie Perera, Head of Research at the Education Policy Institute, exposes the strategy’s major flaws.

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ECJ 6.1 Achieving best value from your Pupil Premium allocations

Brian Lamb examines why parents should be at the centre of good school practice on SEND if you want to improve attainment and outcomes.

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ECJ 6.1 Securing excellence for every child

Alison Peacock discusses the progress made by The Chartered College of Teaching as they seek to develop a new collegiality.

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ECJ 6.1 Whole person Whole school Whole lot of impact

Jennifer Shearman and Bea Stevenson write on developing a strategy for emotional health, resilience and well-being.

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ECJ 6.1 Give young people the opportunity to succeed

Real life skills and entrepreneurialism should be a taught as a right to non academic children who are not bound for university, argues Ollie Forsyth.

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ECJ 6.1 Every Child Included

A working definition for every child included might be ‘coming together to ensure every child is included, regardless of background, challenge or need’. This brief article discusses four strands of activity that will facilitate teachers, leaders, parents and carers to come together around the child to ensure inclusion, with the common aim of improving outcomes.

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ECJ 6.1 Raising achievement in inclusive education

Learning communities from Italy, Poland and the UK took part in a project that set out to identify key issues and successful strategies in raising achievement in learners. Verity Donnelly examines the findings.

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ECJ 6.1 A Mindful Approach to Resilience in Children

Julie Pearson considers mindfulness and how it can be used in schools to support children’s well-being.

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ECJ 6.1 Increasing participation in PE and sport for students with SEND

With an increasingly strong evidence base linking sport and physical activity to raised levels of mental well-being and achievement Dominic Judge, Assistant Director for Education at the Youth Sport Trust (YST), looks at how schools can increase participation in PE and sport for students with SEND so that no child is left behind, including a look at YST’s groundbreaking work with Special Olympics Great Britain.

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ECJ 6.1 Engaging teachers with research

The teacher is at the epicentre of the learning process; and learning therefore depends first and foremost on the quality of the teacher. (UNESCO, 2007, p.15) Dr Sarah Younie, Dr Richard Proctor, Jonnie Noakes, Geraldine Davis and Jon Audain write on the development of evidence-informed practice.

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ECJ 6.1 Mathematics in the early years

Children in England are still starting their primary education with considerable differences in their maths skills and those differences continue right through their education. Liz Bayram explores how achieving a strong maths foundation in a child’s early years can make all the difference.

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ECJ 6.1 Child File

Understanding and responding to Autistic Spectrum Disorder

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ECJ 6.1 AFA publication

Welcome to the special Every Child Included Conference edition of the Every Child Journal, we are grateful to each for you for your time and consideration. Our conference and journal bring together a range of expert speakers, panelists, exhibitors and articles, each committed to including every child in education. My thanks to you all for your valued contributions.

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