Pupil welfare

Supporting Childhood Grief

This course will help professionals, individuals, agencies and organisations to learn more about childhood grief and how to offer support to children/young people who are bereaved.

Eating Disorders and Young People

Supporting children with Eating Disorders.

Gender Identity and Young People.

Understanding of Gender Identity Disorder and Young People in Primary, Secondary and Further Education.

Eating Disorders, Body Image and Young People

This interactive workshop offers an opportunity to develop your knowledge, awareness and understanding of eating disordered behaviour, from a young person’s perspective, and to look at what lies behind this emotive issue.

Is pastoral care damaged beyond repair?

When I did my PGCE Every Child Matters was everywhere. But in the intervening years, much damage has been done to pastoral care and support for children
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Report October 2016

Special delivery: positive and ambitious SEND reforms are being let down by a lack of resources

Administering medication

This factsheet covers your rights in terms of administering medication to pupils/students, and the factors that should be taken into consideration.

YoungMinds says make a noise about bullying this anti-bullying week

Lucie Russell, Director of Campaigns and Media at Young Minds explains what you can do to tackle bullying for Anti-Bullying Week 2015.

Every childhood is worth fighting for

Everyday our ChildLine volunteers are contacted by children desperate for someone to talk to about the growing pressures in their lives. Sadly they often feel they have nowhere else to turn.

Why are so many children so unhappy at school?

The 2015 Good Childhood Report comes to some chilling conclusions. Children in England were found to be among the most unhappy with their school life in the world.