The Essential Guide for Early Years Practitioners
With large numbers of children starting school unprepared, this book gives vital guidance on understanding, assessing and ensuring school readiness. It includes a wide range of practical ideas to assist early years professionals in planning learning experiences that will help to prepare children for the transition to school.
Whole School Cyberbullying and E-safety Strategies for Meeting Ofsted Requirements
Primary school children are becoming as tech savvy as their older siblings, so there is increasing need to tackle e-safety and cyberbullying at a young age. This practical teaching resource for primary school staff outlines effective policy and practice and provides ready-to-use activities to help schools meet Ofsted requirements for e-safety.
Understanding and Using the Five Elements to Develop Children's Full Potential for Parents, Teachers, and Therapists
The authors describe an exciting new way of understanding a child's development by looking at how the Five Elements of Chinese thought can explain patterns of behaviour. They list the problems that can occur if a child's elements are not in balance and presents approaches and activities to help them become more balanced, happier and more resilient.
A practical guide to sex and relationships education in primary schools
Laying the Foundations enables primary school staff to develop and review their sex and relationships education (SRE) policy and prepare teachers to plan and deliver lessons.
A Primer for Parents and Professionals
This original and perceptive book offers rich insights into what Asperger's means in the real world, for real children, and is essential reading for parents, teachers, and other professionals.
Essential Information for Parents and Professionals
This concise and straight-talking guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder will ensure parents, carers, teachers and other professionals feel confident, informed and able to cope with the road ahead.
Helping children learn about risk and life skills
The second edition of this bestselling guide shows how parents and practitioners can offer children adventure and challenge without risking their safety.
A Guide for Practitioners Working in Educational Settings
The authors examine the underlying causes of BESD, and discuss research-based theory. They offer a range of interventions and therapies for use in and out of school, and encourage practitioners to develop skills such as engaging with parents, identifying special educational needs and setting constructive boundaries.
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