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ECJ 6.3 Cover

Cover image for this special bumper issue of Every Child Journal. 6.3 and 6.4 inside!

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ECJ 6.3 Editorial

Editorial for this special bumper issue of Every Child Journal. 6.3 and 6.4 inside!

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ECJ 6.3 Contents

The contents page of this special bumper issue of Every Child Journal. 6.3 and 6.4 inside!

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ECJ 6.3 Newsreel

The latest news from this special bumper issue of Every Child Journal. 6.3 and 6.4 inside!

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Born to Fail? Social Mobility, A Working Class View

Her own class background has given Professor Sonia Blandford a unique insight into the way working class children fail and what can be done about it.

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How are teachers and school leaders using research?

The push for more and better school-led research to improve practice and children’s learning has never been stronger. But many are skeptical about its value.Tim Cain investigates its current role and reception at the coal face.

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Public Libraries More Important Than You Might Imagine

Far from being just a repository for books, libraries play an important role in social learning and the health and well-being of children and society as a , argues Sue Williamson.

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100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge Matters

Too many children are leaving primary schools unable to read well. Everyone can make an impact urges Sonia Blandford.

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Intervening Early With The Tree of Life

Narrative therapy, children telling the stories of their lives and culture, can be an effective early intervention that prevents more serious mental health issues developing in children. Carl Dutton explains.

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In the eye of the ‘perfect storm’

Dr Fiona Pienaar and Dr Patrick Johnston explore what support and training schools need to address spiraling pupil and staff mental health needs.

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17/04/2018
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Trauma and Attachment in the classroom

What are the consequences of turmoil in a child’s early life and how does it affect their behaviour and learning in school. Sue Gifford digs deeper into the issues and suggests some responses.

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