Looked after children, fostering and adoption

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Jones, A. (2017). Looked after children, fostering and adoption . in: Knowles, G. (ed.) Supporting Inclusive Practice And Ensuring Opportunity Is Equal For All Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group). pp. 140-152
AuthorsJones, A.
EditorsKnowles, G.
Abstract

This chapter explores:

What is meant by the term ‘looked after child’ and reasons why children may be looked
after

Barriers to learning typically faced by looked after children and the importance of
practitioner awareness of such barriers

The ways in which practitioners working with looked after children may reduce barriers
to learning to further inclusion and improve educational outcomes

The importance of empathy, relationships and understanding to enable all children to
thrive.

KeywordsInclusion, looked after children, schools
Page range140-152
Year2017
Book titleSupporting Inclusive Practice And Ensuring Opportunity Is Equal For All
PublisherRoutledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
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ISBN978-1-138-67438-7
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Print26 Jun 2017
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Deposited21 Jun 2022
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