The DfE has published interim findings in its “Improving the educational outcomes of Children in Need of help” review, designed to give teachers and social workers advice to improving vulnerable children’s well-being, behaviour and school attendance.
The interim findings highlight ways to support children in need of help and protection in education such as:
training for professionals to recognise the lasting impact of trauma and adversity on children’s school attendance, learning, behaviour and well-being;
better information sharing and multi-agency working between schools and other local…
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