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How can we build resilience through self-care?

How can we build resilience through self-care?

18/01/2021 There is still a lot of misunderstanding as to what resilience really is - Andi Smart discusses

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The Gender Differences in Autism – Hermione Walker

The Gender Differences in Autism – Hermione Walker

20/07/2020 In any specialist education provision, among the children with autism spectrum condition (ASC), it is most likely that boys will outnumber girls. Children who have autism spectrum are increasingly being placed in pupil referral units, where the ratio

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Nutrition and children's mental health - Louise Mercieca

Nutrition and children's mental health - Louise Mercieca

15/07/2020 According to the Mental Health Foundation, mental health problems affect about 1 in 10 children.

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Music as a tool to support phonics and language formation - Ryan Humphrey

Music as a tool to support phonics and language formation - Ryan Humphrey

11/05/2020 How to use music as a tool within teaching to support language use and an understanding of phonics

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Inspection of Early Years under the new Ofsted framework – what does it look like? -Ruth McGuire

Inspection of Early Years under the new Ofsted framework – what does it look like? -Ruth McGuire

26/11/2019 Do you remember what it was like to attend your very first school? Would you describe it as a ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ experience? If you can find the words to describe your experience at your first school, then you are on your way to understanding th

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Music Making:the potential impact for a child with special educational needs – Ryan Humphrey

Music Making:the potential impact for a child with special educational needs – Ryan Humphrey

01/10/2019 This article aims to discuss several ways that music making may be impactful for a child living with special educational needs, alongside outlining activities that may be used to help develop opportunities to facilitate these impacts.

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Neuroscience and Early years - Using what we know about brain development – Lisa Bartleton

Neuroscience and Early years - Using what we know about brain development – Lisa Bartleton

12/07/2019 I was fortunate to attend this year’s CACHE conference in Birmingham and was very much inspired by Professor Robert Winston’s key note speech which was centered on the very topical nature and nurture debate and how, importantly, emotional intelligenc

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Pod-CACHE goes live! – Subscribe to our new podcast on iTunes!

Pod-CACHE goes live! – Subscribe to our new podcast on iTunes!

04/07/2019 Pod-CACHE is our new podcast designed to help busy practitioners keep up to date with best practice, wellbeing and legislation and to discover new ideas from across the whole care sector.

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