Effective Schooling for Pupils with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties
Based on a national examination of English special schools providing for pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties, this work identifies factors associated with good practice.
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The Characteristics of Staff Working in Schools for Pupils
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1989 Children Act abuse achievement activities ADHD adult allow approach approved schools areas attending behaviour management behavioural difficulties Bridgeland 1971 cent Chapter child children with EBD classroom counselling courses day schools deputy headteacher DfEE EBD schools Education 1955 educational psychologists effective emotional and behavioural environment ethos experience formal GCSE guidance important individual inspectors interview involved Key Stage Laslett learning difficulties mainstream schools maladjusted Millham Ministry of Education National Curriculum observed offered OFSTED inspection OFSTED reports organised parents physical restraint positive practice schools problems proficient schools programmes psychodynamic pupils with EBD questionnaire recognised relationships residential schools respondents RSWs schools for pupils seen senior management senior staff skills SMTs social services sometimes special schools staff and pupils stressed style subjects suggest talk teachers teaching therapeutic therapeutic community University of Birmingham views Wilson and Evans