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Home Education | Why I Wish I'd Done it Sooner ep cpd home education Jul 03, 2022

A Home Educating parent shares her journey and decision to home educate her daughter.

 

Diary of Events

2016/17 – Ruth is 7/8 years old. She is a capable expected rate achiever in school but seems a little unhappy and has no interest in reading at home. She is sometimes writing...

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Home Education | But Don't You Worry About Socialisation? ep cpd home education Jul 03, 2022

An inspiring insight into the lives and daily experiences of a Home Educating family @HomeEdByLiving

 

“Don’t you worry your child will be weird?”

When people hear that we home educate, a picture is usually painted in their mind of a child sitting at home, alone,...

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Home education | What is a Suitable Education? educational psychologist home education parent/carer Jun 29, 2022

Hafod Holmes is a retired legal professional, published independent academic researcher and educator with a specialist interest in the field of home education. This interest is based on her view that all children should be provided with an education which enables them to attain their full...

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Sharing EP Practice | Promoting Childrenā€™s Access To Their Right To Play educational psychologist ep cpd play sharing ep practice May 30, 2022

Dr Natasha Goodhall shares how Salford Educational Psychology Service is taking proactive steps to promoting children’s access to their right to play, through the Right to Play Project.

 

The Right to Play

Children of all ages have a want, need and right to play. It is enshrined in...

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Research Project | Coping with Uncertainty in Everyday Situations at School anxiety autism educational psychologist research project teachers May 30, 2022

By Priyanka Rob, Research Assistant, Newcastle University

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Coping with Uncertainty in Everyday Situations at School

Around 40% of autistic children experience high anxiety (van Steensel et al., 2011), which significantly impacts everyday life for them and their families. Anxiety also...

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Research Project | An Exploration of Educational Psychologists' Views on White Privilege educational psychologist research project Apr 24, 2022

By Helena Wood, Trainee Educational Psychologist, at University College London, currently undertaking research to explore educational psychologists’ views on white privilege.

Hello! My name is Helena and I am a year 2 trainee educational psychologist, completing my training with University...

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