This suite of resources provide practitioners with relevant and up-to-date information and resources to help them more effectively support these vulnerable learners and their families:
Supporting learners who offend or are at risk of offending – Education is a key partner in supporting these vulnerable learners by helping them to stay engaged with learning and improve their life chances. This resource provides information, resources, research-based evidence and a range of approaches which could help schools create inclusive, calm, learning environments which promote positive behaviour, identify and address learning needs, and support social and emotional wellbeing
Disclosure: What practitioners need to know – Educational practitioners can help children and young people understand what disclosure means and also understand that having a criminal record is not ‘the end of the world’ and does not mean that they are unemployable. This resource busts a few myths and provides simplified and up-to-date information about disclosure.
The Children’s Hearing: What practitioners should know – This resource provides Educational Practitioners with information about the CHS and resources to help them more effectively support children and families going through this experience.