Reflections on attachment training in my school

19th April 2018

Duncan Roberts, head teacher of Maple Cross Primary School, Hertfordshire, presented a webinar on 26 March 2018 outlining his school’s involvement in attachment training.  Duncan outlined his schools’ context and leadership non-negotiables before explaining how these feed into the importance of relationships in the learning environment, and how that has been emphasised in his school […]

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters and their Little Siblings

22nd November 2017

Most children who grow up with their parents have other supportive adults in their lives – godparents, neighbours, aunties or uncles who organise fun days out, take an interest in the child’s education and aspirations, provide birthday presents and other occasional treats. This is not always the case for children who grow up in the […]

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What do we know about the educational journeys and experiences of children in need and children in care?

28th September 2017

Dr Nikki Luke, Senior Research Fellow at the Rees Centre, outlines an exciting new project exploring the educational journeys of children and young people in care as well as those ‘in need’.  The Educational attainment and progress of children in care and children in need, will be led jointly by the University of Bristol with the […]

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This is your chance to voice your thoughts on what matters most to you in the field of foster care. Blogging for the Rees Centre is open to all with an interest in this field, and we particularly welcome contributions from care leavers, foster carers and practitioners. Submitting your post is easy – just contact us for a chat about your proposed topic. The Rees Centre reserves the right not to publish each and every blog entry it receives, depending on the volume of entries and the topics covered.

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