SecEd Supplement: The many faces of our vulnerable learners

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

In this free 16-page supplement, we seek expert advice for supporting our most vulnerable students, focusing on issues including SEN, poverty, disadvantage, children in care, mental health, young offenders and more.

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, it is crucial that we maintain our focus on supporting those students who are the most vulnerable.

In this supplement, we seek expert, practical advice across the range of vulnerabilities, including SEN, poverty and disadvantage, children in care, emotional and mental health needs, young offenders and others.

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Advice in this supplement includes:

  • Identifying which of your students is vulnerable
  • Overcoming the barriers faced by children in care
  • A school without sanctions: Social, emotional and mental health support
  • Fighting the impact of poverty on children
  • Child-centred planning for vulnerable learners
  • SEND: Focusing on the context, not the label
  • Young offenders: Looking for somewhere to run

The supplement has been produced by SecEd with kind support from Academy 21, an online alternative education provision.


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