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Attachment Theory

How long is long enough?

How long is long enough to provide the support that vulnerable children need in order to develop? It’s a constant question we ask about our own children, but also from

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Attachment Theory

The hunger drive

I’ve been thinking about food and being hungry for some weeks now, not just because I’ve been on a detox…but because it’s come up in lots of different places I’ve

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Press

Outstanding Achievement Award

In November 2016 we were privileged to be invited to the Black Country Chamber of Commerce Awards evening. We were nominated in the category of Outstanding Achievement Award for which

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Attachment Theory

Social Experiment

This week in our office we’ve been doing a social experiment based on reward systems in schools. It has been a focus for me over the last years to try

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General News

Worry Worrits

Worrying is not just an adult thing. Many children and young people are showing more signs of anxiety, statistics tell us. In a recent article in the Telegraph it was

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Attitudes

New Year, New You?

This seems to be the phrase going around at the moment and I’m not sure how I feel about it. There are so many things that it conjures up for

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Attitudes

Tis the season to be fizzy

Yes, it’s that time of year again when we look forward to the peace of Christmas!! Maybe not. Ok then – the joyfulness of Christmas? Err the eating and drinking

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Attitudes

The sausage factory of education

I’m continually surprised at how narrow our educational system is. It seems, especially in Secondary education, that we have little room to change our approaches with children and young people.

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Attachment Theory

What’s your story?

I was listening to a friend talking last week about vulnerable young people in our community. She was talking about how many there are presently, why they might be classed

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Attitudes

The mixed emotions of adoption

This week is National Adoption Week and as ever it has brought with it very many mixed emotions. I’ve been reading other people’s stories and comments online and my own

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Attachment Theory

Wishing our lives away

Nearly five weeks into the academic year and I’m exhausted! Kids are exhausted too and I’ve heard many teachers and parents counting down the weeks if not days to half

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Attitudes

First week blues

The first week of school is over for most of us. Whether relief or dread it’s gone now and we can reflect on how it might have been. For educators

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