Launch of review to understand the impact of policy development on children and young people
NCB (National Children's Bureau) are delighted to be working in partnership with the British Academy to gather the views and experiences of children and young people on childhood.
The British Academy are conducting a wide ranging review of policy and research across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, to understand the impact of policy development of children and young people’s experiences of growing up in the UK.
NCB want to make sure this important review includes the voices and experiences of children and young people. They will gather views through a survey and focus groups to understand what is important to children and young people in the UK today.
They need your help to reach as many children and young people as possible by distributing the survey to schools, youth groups and other services providers.
There is an Easy Read information sheet for young people, which you are encouraged to share alongside the survey. This sheet can be downloaded online.
If you have any questions or need further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tool - 30 Aug 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
A useful tool for silver and gold members in the EYFS, primary, secondary and post-16 settings. This resource is designed to help teachers work their way through the graduated approach for those pupils that haven’t necessarily yet been identified with SEN but for whom there are initial concerns.
Information - 29 Aug 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
Available to silver and gold members, this information based resource will be suitable for SENCos and leaders in Early Years settings, Schools and Colleges. The resource can be effectively used as part of the self review and improvement process, key benefits of this resources is to gain a concise overview of the Education Inspection Framework and implications of practice.
Tool - 29 Aug 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
Available to silver and gold members, this useful person centred working tool is suitable for those supporting pupils in Early Years, Primary, Secondary and post 16 settings. The resource can be used to outline a pupil’s key strengths, needs and the strategies and key adjustments to teaching that are needed every day. It can provide a useful vehicle for meaningful discussion around learning between the teacher and the pupil, involving them positively in discussing effective approaches to enable better engagement. Working in a person-centred way (across the whole setting), including the use of person-centred tools, is essential for not only populating the passport but also for getting the most from using it.