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Issue 6.2

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Newsreel

Every Child Journal 6.2 Newsreel.

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11/10/2017
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Cover

The cover page of Every Child Journal 6.2.

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16/10/2017
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Editorial - No one ‘born to fail’ – changing trajectories

I have seen and been motivated by some great work on social mobility throughout my career and clearly, for some time, an improvement of social mobility has been lagging behind so much public policy.

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Contents

The contents page of Every Child Journal 6.2!

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Understanding the Importance of Attachment in School

Why did a group of Virtual Headteachers of children in care create a charity to research the characteristics of Attachment Aware Setting. Tony Clifford finds out.

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16/10/2017
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Caught in the Youth Justice System!

Marius Frank looks at the findings on securing better outcomes for SEND children involved with the Youth Justice System.

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16/10/2017
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A day in the life of a Senco

Paula Byrne explains her role as Senco at St Charles RC Primary School.

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16/10/2017
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Breaking the Generational Cycle of Low Literacy

One in three children leave primary school with a reading level that is below national expectations, with profound consequences for both the child and society. It doesn’t have to be this way, argues Jonathan Douglas.

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16/10/2017
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Better parent/child relationships can transform well-being at school

Dr Rebecca Johnson’s work as a child psychologist convinced her that if parents had space to step back and observe their children, and have some structured guidance to help with reflection, it would allow them to dramatically improve their relationships. She devised an online course to do just that, and its having a big impact.

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16/10/2017
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Numeracy for Children with Special Educational Needs

We know little of the brilliant work going on around the world to support the learning of children with special needs. Here Professor Hakan Sari, along with Hatice Gokdag and Tugba Pursun from Turkey, expain their work on improving these children’s numeracy skills.

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16/10/2017
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More than a teacher...

In this second article Sonia Blandford looks at the six things every teacher needs (and needs to do) to ensure they can do the job they love in the way they want.

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16/10/2017
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Giving pupils the green light!

Andy Mellor, Head teacher of St Nicholas C of E primary school, Blackpool, looks at Implementing and developing a knowledge based curriculum.

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16/10/2017
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The Blackpool Boys and Girls Club

Children in stressed environments need resilience and emotional intelligence to deal with issues luckier children don’t have. Jed Sullivan explains how the lauded BBGC uses film, paintings and stories to build their inner strength.

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16/10/2017
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Good sport, Bad Sport and Children's Mental Health

Crispin Andrews reports on the growing recognition of the role sport can play in improving children’s mental health - if the focus of the activity changes.

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16/10/2017
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Invisible and Vulnerable: Learning-disabled Parents and their Children

Although parents with learning difficulties are usually perfectly able to bring up their children the experiences they can offer are more limited and this can impact on their social, emotional and learning development. Linda Gough suggests the ways schools can help.

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16/10/2017
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Child File

Improving practice through action research - Action research is a process of enquiry by you as a practitioner into the effectiveness of your own teaching and your students’ learning.

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16/10/2017
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