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Supporting Inclusive Working (ECC): Supporting additional needs (SIL103)

Recommended Reading

Brown, R. and Ward, H. (2013) Decision making within a child's timeframe: an overview of current research evidence for family justice professionals concerning child development and the impact of maltreatment. London: Childhood Wellbeing Research Centre. Available at:

Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University (2016) From best practices to breakthrough impacts: a science-based approach to building a more positive future for young children and families. Cambridge, Mass.: Center on the Developing Child. Available at:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2016) Adverse childhood experiences (ACE). Available at:

Further Reading

Blakemore, C. et al (2011) Neuroscience, society and policy. London: The Royal Society.  Available at:

Carpenter, B. (2014) Mental health standards for schools. Available at:

Cole, S. et al (2013) Helping traumatized children learn (volume 2): creating and advocating for trauma-sensitive schools, safe supportive learning environments that benefit all children. Available from:

Department for Education (2014) Special educational needs and disability: a guide for parents and carers. Available at:

Department for Education (2016) Mental health and behaviour in schools. Available at:

Department for Education (2017) Special educational needs in England: information from the school census on pupils with special educational needs (SEN), and SEN provision in schools. Available at:

Department for Education (2014) SEND code of practice 0-25 years. Available at:

The Children and Families Act 2014. Available at:

The Equality Act 2010. Available at: