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Getting it right in the early years

Three weeks ago today, a generation of children who have spent around a third of their lives in the pandemic found out where they will be starting their school journey in the autumn term.

The joy of spring

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  • Monday, April 26, 2021
It’s a running joke that the government’s seasons don’t necessarily tally with the standard pattern that we’re all accustomed to.

Time for reflection

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  • Monday, April 19, 2021
As spring rolls in and the sun shines brightly, lockdown restrictions are beginning to lift and we move nervously into our new normal, I thought it provided an opportunity for reflection.

Thinking about equity and fairness

I read an interesting and detailed report recently by the Education Policy Institute, along with the Nuffield Foundation, on social mobility and vulnerable learners.

Why does social work have the word 'social' in it?

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  • Friday, March 19, 2021
Whether it was because parents are worn out from caring for their children at home 24/7 or because children were desperate to see their friends again face-to-face, or both, we had some of the highest primary school attendance rates in Essex following the return to school on 8 March.

Changing the narrative

Like the Tokyo Olympics, Wimbledon and Glastonbury, the pandemic delayed another major event in our diaries, the publication of the seventh iteration of our Safeguarding Pressures research.

Hopes for the future

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  • Monday, January 18, 2021
Starting the new year, I’m sure we are all glad to see the back of 2020 but know that 2021 will continue to be a real challenge.

New beginnings

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  • Monday, January 11, 2021
I confess that I love new beginnings - a new day, week, term or of course new year.

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