Children and young people in care rarely match the academic achievements of their peers and policy and procedures to address this inequality have not yet remedied the problem. Drawing on ideas from social pedagogy, the authors present a new approach - learning placements and caring schools. They show that education and care must be considered integral to both out of home placements and schools. Packed with practice examples, it includes chapters on early childhood education and care, as well as alternatives to school and higher education, covering everything from birth up to the age of 25. It highlights the potential benefits of a range of learning opportunities, from drama and outdoor activities, to bedtime stories and mentoring as well as providing support for teachers in their role as carer. Chapters include key points, case studies, practice points and useful resources. This is a unique evidence-informed practical guide for students and professionals in the fields of social work, social care, psychology and education.McQuillan, R. (2014, May 17) a#39;Explorer Craig Mathieson has conquered the poles : now hea#39;s changing young lives.a#39; The Herald Magazine. Meltzer, H., Gatward, R., Corbin, T., Goodman, R. and Ford, T. (2002) The Mental Health of Young People Looked After by Local ... Morrison, C. (2012) Exclusions in Scotlanda#39;s Schools: One Year On, Where Are We Now? ... Available at www.gov.uk/government/ uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/ file/175391/Munro-Review.pdf, accessed onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Educating Children and Young People in Care|
|Author||:||Sonia Jackson, Claire Cameron, Graham Connelly|
|Publisher||:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers - 2015-05-21|