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By Tim Waller (Ed.)

Linking conception to multi-professional perform, this source explores the key subject matters of early formative years schooling. each one bankruptcy summarizes key issues, together with studying, health, inclusion, and distinct academic wishes.

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He has responded well to this and staff have noticed that he is far more willing to communicate with them. They have also made attempts to use his knowledge of football-related statistics to lift his profile within the class. His peers are very impressed with his knowledge, and while they still regard him as odd, they respect his abilities and tolerate his differences. SUMMARY These case studies serve to illustrate the notion that there are aspects of good practice that are generic with regard to the support of these children and work across the board.

Children are often forced to take on adult roles including parenting the parents or acting as sexual partners. Lack of appropriate boundaries and vigilance means that the children are also exposed to sex offenders’ predatory behaviour. 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 16 16 An introduction to early childhood Case example Jane was six years old and lived with her mother, sister aged three and baby brother of 18 months. No fathers were in evidence although the mother had a constant stream of casual boyfriends.

Isolating: may be through locking away in a room or cupboard for very long periods. It can also include preventing a child from socializing or having any friends. Inappropriate roles: can include being made the scapegoat for all the family’s ills, being used as a weapon against the other parent or ‘the authorities’. It can also mean being overprotected or infantilized or, alternatively, forced to shoulder too much responsibility. Emotional abuse can occur outside the family in the form of school bullying or racist taunts by neighbours.

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