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Children Looked After

Guidance from Hertfordshire County Council on working with looked after or adopted children in Early Years (0-5) is available in the Virtual School (Children Looked After) section at:

The centre pages of the guidance which cover behaviours which result from attachment issues and what might you do, can be downloaded below:

There is also online trainining available for those working for looked after children in school. Details can be found at:

 

Inclusion Development Programme

'The Early Years Inclusion development programme aims to help improve provision for all children and support in developing more inclusive practice, especially for children with speech, language and communication needs, children on the autism spectrum and children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. It is an interactive resource consisting of booklets and an interactive DVD for each area of need.

Booklets and interactive modules are archived on the National Archives website below:

The following documents were made available as part of the National Strategies programme:

Supporting Children on the Autism Spectrum: Guidance for Practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage
Supporting Children With Speech, Language and Communication Needs: Guidance for Practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage
Supporting children with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties: Guidance for Practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage