Breaking Barriers to Learning in Primary Schools takes an expert and informative look at the integrated childrenas services agenda in practice in todayas primary schools. Examining the ways in which an increasing number of different professionals help to improve childrenas life chances, the author examines the roles of those employed directly by the schools themselves, for instance Learning Mentors, HLTAs and Teaching Assistants, and those employed by health/social and other agencies, such as school nurses, Educational social workers, study support workers, school attendance workers and Educational Psychologists. Through an exploration of how each individual helps break down barriers to childrenas learning, this book: examines the growth and development of the childrenas workforce provides a broad and integrated view of the wider school network explores the roles of individuals within the school workforce makes links to Every Child Matters and Extended Schools initiatives provides evidences of breaking down barriers, through interviews and studies with those working at the heart of integrated schools presents an analysis of recent statistics relating to childrenas lives gives practical advice for good practice throughout. An essential text for all those working in education and in training to become part of this wider school network, this book takes into account the findings of the recent Primary Reviews, government data and original research to fully explain how to build, maintain and successfully work with todayas primary children. It is an excellent text for Foundation Degree students as well as those studying Education Studies and those training to be teachers.For example, one of the parent volunteers interviewed was also a paid welfare assistant in the same school and both she and the school had difficulty distinguishing some of the different aspects of what she did. ... and, operationally, we should be thankful that so many educational professionals seek to make a difference in childrena#39;s lives and prioritise that. ... Health workers, such as school nurses, who come into school and work with children, are specifically trained in their ownanbsp;...
|Title||:||Breaking Barriers to Learning in Primary Schools|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2009-12-16|