Girls and Autism. Educational, family and personal perspectives edited by Barry Carpenter, Francesca Happe, Jo Egerton, London/New York, Routledge, 2019 – in the Journal of Mental Health.
David Rawcliffe writes “Here is a missing piece of the puzzle of autism. A strength of the book is the way that the editors have drawn from experts who write from their own experience and research.”
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As Teachers begin to think about the return to school for the new term, they will be concerned about how their pupils will have processed, or not, the experience of lockdown and the pandemic generally.
Many will consider trauma informed practice in their repertoire of responses to child need.
In this Guest Blog, Laura Purser, who leads the Masters level SENCO training at the University of Buckingham, and is Head of Primary and Early Years teacher training there, discusses why this is invaluable as a lens for viewing the recent experiences of children.
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The Department for Education, in collaboration with NHS England and Public Health England, hosted this free webinar for school and college staff on 9 July on how to support returning pupils and students mental wellbeing. You will hear from experts on the impacts of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental wellbeing and recovery techniques, and from education leaders about the actions they have been taking.
On Tuesday 14th July, Professor Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, awarded Professor Barry Carpenter with a Fellowship of the College for his distinguished service to Education.
Webinar: A Recovery Curriculum: Reconnection, Re-igniting and Resilience
Ross Morrison McGill of Teacher Toolkit has just produced one of his 5 minute reflection planners, based on the Recovery Curriculum constructs .
He has kindly shared it below.