Supporting Vulnerable Children in the Early Years
Practical Guidance and Strategies for Working with Children at Risk
Pat Beckley (Redaktør) ; Professor Chris Atkin (Forord) ; Yinka Olusoga (Innledning) ; Antony Luby (Innledning) ; Nishi Bremner (Innledning) ; Julia Lindley-Baker (Innledning) ; Elizabeth Farrar (Innledning) ; Rosey Shelbourne (Innledning) ; Gina Taylor (Innledning) ; Sarah Howe (Innledning)
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Each chapter draws on current research and theories to set out clear advice and strategies for supporting the wellbeing and development of vulnerable children, including working in partnership with parents, carers and communities.
Foreword by Professor Chris Atkin. Introduction. Part 1. The Contemporary Environment. 1. The Contemporary Environment. Yinka Olusoga, Course Leader, PGCE Primary Education (3-7), leading to QTS, Leeds Beckett University. 2. Closing the Gap: Adastra Style. Antony Luby, Senior Lecturer, Bishop Grosseteste University. 3. Inside an Early Years Rural Setting. Nishi Bremner, Deputy Head and Reception Teacher, Spilsby Primary Academy. Part 2. Vulnerable Groups. 4. Children at Risk of Being Missed. Julia Lindley-Baker, Academic Coordinator for Special Educational Needs and Inclusion, Bishop Grosseteste University. 5. Language and Poverty. Elizabeth Farrar, Senior Lecturer Primary, Bishop Grosseteste University. 6. Children in a Diverse Society. Pat Beckley, Senior Lecturer for Research, Bishop Grosseteste University. 7. Looked After Children or Those in Care. Pat Beckley, Senior Lecturer for Research, Bishop Grosseteste University. Part 3. Supporting the Child. 8. Safeguarding: A Journey of Transformation. Rosey Shelbourne, CPA Director, Christian Partners in Africa. 9. Early Years Interventions. Gina Taylor, Foundation 2 Teacher and SENCO, Holly Primary School. 10. The Quest to Determine a Child's Understanding through the Written Feedback Process. Sarah Howe, Senior Lecturer and Helen Thornalley, Course Lead Physical Education and Dance, Bishop Grosseteste University. 11. Exploring Approaches to Learning Outdoors. Beverley Keen, Course Leader BA (Hons) Early Childhood Education leading to QTS (2 year route), Leeds Beckett University. Part 4. A Positive Process. 12. Health and Wellbeing. Pat Beckley, Senior Lecturer for Research, Bishop Grosseteste University. 13. Interminable Transition. Dr Margaret C. Simms, Early Years Consultant, Newark. 14. Child, Family and Community: Working with Empowering Discourses. Julie Percival, Senior Lecturer, University of Cumbria, Anne Renwick, Senior Lecturer, Early Years, University of Cumbria and Emmy Sealey, Nursery owner, Carlisle. Concluding Thoughts. Contributors.
Practical advice on supporting the wellbeing and development of vulnerable children in the early years