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Educational Psychology

Supporting those affected in the Manchester Arena attack

By Susan Posada on

For those impacted upon by significant traumatic events, it is a time when traumatic memories can resurface and a time when we need to be particularly aware of how difficult it can be for those affected.

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Educational Psychology

Identifying Eating Disorders Early

By Rathika Marsh on

While recent figures suggest that less young people are hospitalised due to eating disorders, many are still battling with these complex conditions and young men are more likely to remain under-diagnosed.

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Teaching children about love

By Jo Gray on

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, now is an opportune time to reflect upon the importance of children’s literature in helping children to make sense of abstract concepts, such as the feeling of love: love for their families; love for themselves; love for their friends; and love for their world.

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How music brings us closer

By Jo Buckler on

On the run up to Valentine’s Day and on the big-hearted day itself, no doubt you will hear a plethora of “love songs” on the radio, television, in restaurants and in shops. And no matter your plans, there’s no denying that music and romance go hand in hand.

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Safer Internet Day 2018

By Alyson Knowles on

The UK Safer Internet day on 6th February, raises awareness of the online dangers and how to support young people. The use of technology, the internet, and social media, is central to all of our lives, whether we like to admit it or not.

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SEND Support

"You've changed that boy's life!"

By Diane Moat on

When a Tameside primary SENDCo recently said to me, “You’ve changed that boy’s life!” it meant a lot. Being able to “make a difference” is what gets me out of bed in the morning.

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