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ECJ 7.2 Cover

The cover page of Every Child Journal 7.2!

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ECJ 7.2 Editorial

The editorial of Every Child Journal 7.2!

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ECJ 7.2 Contents

Find out what's inside this issue of Every Child Journal!

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ECJ 7.2 Newsreel

The latest news of the week from this issue of Every Child Journal!

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Averting Disaster

What can schools do to spot and ward off mental health issues? Dr Margot Sunderland shows how teachers are in the perfect position to offer early interventions.

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Exclusions - The Uncomfortable Truth

Exclusions are increasing in number, meaning that more and more students are unable to work within the current system. Sonia Blandford reports on a programme at Lyng Hall School that is turning circumstances around for students at risk of exclusion, implementing interventions that work.

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Embracing Empathy

There is a mental health crisis underway in the lives of many young people, which is being made worse by punitive behaviour management models. Dr Asha Patel and Sal McKeown make a case for a more empathetic approach.

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Intelligent Data Management

Information is more readily available than ever, but managing it all can be majorly problematic. Marc Radley explains how to approach data management and create partnerships that will improve outcomes for schools.

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Numeracy for Children with Special Educational Needs: Part II

In ECJ 6.2 we introduced you to some of the brilliant work being done in Turkey to help students develop numeracy skills. Professor Hakan Sari, Hatice Gokdag, Tugba Pursun and Dr Seyda Sari revisit this topic, highlighting the results of a new study on effective numeracy development in special schools.

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Capturing the Power of Play

A child’s early education is crucial for later success, but what does that mean? Maureen Hunt shows how play-based learning strategies are developmentally important and transition to formal education should be more gradual.

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Ambitious Alternatives Changing the Narrative of Disadvantage

Disadvantage and poverty are always correlated with negative educational outcomes, but do they need to be? Dr David Armstrong shows how some innovative programmes are turning that around and creating ambitious alternatives.

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Boosting Access to Reading Resources

Sue Ball and Stella Thebridge of the Association of Senior Children’s and Education Librarians show how public libraries and Schools Library Services can help schools promote a love of reading.

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Surviving the Stress of Dyslexia

The demands placed on students with dyslexia can be overwhelming, leading to perpetual feelings of failure, high anxiety and low levels of self esteem. Dr Jonathan Beckett shares first-hand accounts and puts forth a call to action.

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Keeping Children Safe In Education 2018 What do you Need to Know?

On 3 September 2018, the Department for Education updated their statutory guidance, ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) 2016’. Safeguarding and duty of care experts, EduCare, have taken a look at the key changes and highlight what you should consider for good practice in safeguarding. As you read through this, consider how you have changed your policies, procedures and practices and what more you could do.

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