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2018 Modern Families Index
From a report by Working Families and Bright Horiz
A significant proportion of UK’s working parents are struggling to cope with long work hours – and stalling and downshifting their careers for family life.
From a report by PromotePrevent
Early childhood settings provide an opportunity for educators to effectively prevent and stop the emergence of bullying behaviour and to foster the development of positive social interactions.
Reasons to prioritise Early Years
From a blog by Nesta
Early Years development is at the heart of social mobility. The reasons underscore the importance of focusing on ideas and interventions that can impact child outcomes as soon as possible.
Can kindness be taught?
Teaching kindness really does make a difference. Better behaviour, discipline rates down, inclusiveness up, grades up, student conflicts down, teacher-student relationship stronger.
What makes families resilient?
From research by Dr Marshall Duke
Children who know a lot about their family tend to be more resilient and therefore have better chances for good outcomes when faced with challenges.
From material by No Bully
Each year approximately 30% of students worldwide are the target of bullying. Lives are lost or forever changed. How can we challenge such behaviour?
Language as a child wellbeing indicator
Early Years Foundation
A report on how language development in early years links to social, emotional and learning outcomes in later years.
Increasing the time parents read to their children
Nudges increased parental engagement, doubling reading time and benefiting children.
Becoming a trauma informed environment
Research into Adverse Childhood Experiences has meant trauma-informed practices are rising globally in schools, prisons, etc.
4 lessons from the longest-running study on happiness
From a TED talk by psychiatrist Robert J. Waldinge
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has tracked the lives of 724 men for 78 years - one of the longest studies of adult life ever done. Some findings..
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