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July 2017

Why a child with early trauma could be triggered by a new baby in the family
Why a child with early trauma could be triggered by a new baby in the family 150 150 Jane Evans

The new arrival! When any young child has to adjust to a new brother or sister joining the family it can be tricky. Initially they may not be too interested,…

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Why did ‘Excluded at 7’ fail the children?
Why did ‘Excluded at 7’ fail the children? 150 150 Jane Evans

If a child has been excluded 15 times by the age of 7 is the solution a diagnosis of ADHD and sending them to a setting to have their behaviour…

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Can child contact post domestic violence continue the abuse?
Can child contact post domestic violence continue the abuse? 150 150 Jane Evans

A study shared by Laura Henry (who is hosting the second Early Years Safeguarding Conference) on Facebook about domestic violence and child contact arrangements conducted by Child and Families Court…

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When did humiliation become a school policy?
When did humiliation become a school policy? 150 150 Jane Evans

This week I feel as if I’ve accidentally entered a parallel alien universe and I’m not sure I like it here. I recall falling into it once before when Trump…

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Why NOT to raise ‘people-pleasers’
Why NOT to raise ‘people-pleasers’ 150 150 Jane Evans

Don’t make a fuss As a parent or carer it can seem like a major part of your child-raising mission is to encourage children not to stand out when others…

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What Foster Carers Need from Their Family and Friends (and what they don’t)
What Foster Carers Need from Their Family and Friends (and what they don’t) 150 150 Jane Evans

I’m writing this at the request of a foster carer I’ve had the privilege of working with. She wants something she can show those close to her that will help…

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