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Support Staff in Schools: Promoting the emotional and social development of children and young people

by Vanessa Cooper National Children's Bureau
Pub Date:
01/2005
ISBN:
9781904787525
Format:
Pbk 57 pages
Price:
AU$19.99 NZ$19.99
Product Status: Reprint Under Consideration
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Many children and young people face significant barriers to learning at school, and need one-to-one support for their social and emotional development. This accessible book spotlights how support staff in schools can help children and young people, enabling them to make the most of their education.


It examines what schools need to do to make the most effective use of support staff, what makes support services successful, and the barriers that support staff face.


It includes examples of good practice and a checklist for effective practice in the provision of support services in schools for children and young people.
Vanessa Cooper authored Support Staff in Schools and co-authored Laying the Foundations: SRE in primary Schools (2006) and as national coordinator of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, worked with schools to develop anti-bullying policies. She had a wealth of experience working with schools and young people having previously worked as a primary schools teachers and then as a healthy schools coordinator in several London boroughs.