Punishment is not enough; a lot of hard work is needed to emphasise the positives.
Going back to “Small is beautiful” and empowering communities.
Including the lessons of Haute de la Garenne, an honour for day nurseries, Key Texts, night lights and melatonin, social pedagogy and the SPDN, social pedagogy in Slovenia, breast-feeding, the Big Society and Montessori, ‘research’ surveys, TV viewing patterns, poverty, and conferences on children and mental health and young people and faith
– And teaching as the starter for learning
The briefing below was prepared for the media by the coalition to End Child Poverty (ECP) prior to the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR). It has been attached here in full as it lays out the arguments and facts clearly and succinctly. It was prepared by Alicia Jones, Media Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be obtained … Read more…
A classic – frightening and moving: the inside story about institutional life in Ireland
A history of the Catholic Children’s Society in Westminster
Both in Haiti and the UK, young people need long-term economic solutions
Including hopes for 2010, poverty, AIEJI, vetting, obesity, access to child care records and Christmas snippets
An outstanding campaigner for many causes
Including games, Moon Sand, play, child poverty, A Levels, YoungMinds, island communities and pedagogy in Slovenia .
Social exclusion and poverty v. education and achievement
There’s lots of work to be done
A study of the impact of educational and social exclusion on Roma children in Serbia
A strong economy is needed to counter poverty and develop services for children.
As the festivities come to an end for another year, it is important to remember that although it is a period of great joy for many, for some it is a very difficult time, filled with feelings of isolation and loss, and for others who cannot afford to celebrate it is dominated by feelings of … Read more…
It’s hidden; we don’t see it; but it’s real. I recently went to a conference1 in London. I took my usual route to the capital had a smooth uneventful journey apart from being crushed into a tube at the other end. The latter was not surprising because it was the end of rush hour. As … Read more…