Forming positive relationships with difficult children

Guest Bio Jane is an experienced primary and secondary teacher with qualifications in child and adolescent psychology. She has held Wellbeing positions across both sectors. Currently she is developing and running social skills programs for pre and primary aged children.   We have all had ‘those children’ in our class that we would happily [...]
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Attachment Theory

This popped up on my Facebook news feed a few weeks ago and I thought it so simply summed up the impact a child’s home life can have on their education. Attachment theory explores the link between the mother (or primary care giver) and the child. It originated with the work of Bowlby and Ainsworth [...]
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