Resources

Adoption UK document

A guide for parents and teachers of adopted children in primary school.

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Coventry grid document

Looking at the differences between ASD and Attachment Difficulties

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Pupil Premium Plus

Guide for Parents, Teachers and Governors on effective use of PP+

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How are we doing?

Questions for Teachers, Parents and Governors to ask to evaluate effective use of Pupil Premium Plus and meeting needs of Adopted, SGO and Looked after children.

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PAC UK Pupil Premium Plus Update

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Designated Teacher for LAC and PLAC Statuary guidance link

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Home school Partnership document template

Draft Transition plan (Word Document)

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Lincolnshire Trauma Informed Pastoral Support Plan

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Reading List

There are two sections of reading material to choose from. One is a recommended list and the other is materials to use with children. Expand the list by selecting one of the following options below.

Recommended

Inside I’m hurting by Louise Bomber (2007 Worth Publishing)

What about me? by Louise Bomber (2011 Worth Publishing)

Settling to Learn by Louise Bomber and Daniel Hughes (2013 Worth Publishing)

Attachment in the Classroom by Heather Geddes (2006 Worth Publishing)

The Great Behaviour Breakdown by Bryan Post (2009 Post Institute)

From Fear to Love by Bryan Post (2010 Post Institute)

No Drama Discipline by Daniel J Siegel (2015 Scribe)

First Steps in Parenting the child who hurts by Caroline Archer (1999 Jessica Kingsley Publishers)

Next Steps in Parenting the child who hurts by Caroline Archer (1999 Jessica Kingsley Publishers)

The Primal Wound by Nancy Verrier (2006 Gateway Press)

The Connected Child by Karen Purvis (2007 McGraw Hill)

The Unofficial Guide to Adoptive Parenting by Sally Donovan (2014 Jessica Kingsley Publishers)

No Matter What by Sally Donovan (2013 Jessica Kingsley Publishing)

The boy who was raised as a dog by Bruce Perry (2006 Basic books)

The Incredible Years by Caroline Webster Stratton (2005 Webster Stratton)

What every Parent needs to know by Margot Sunderland (2006 DK)

Creating Loving Attachments by Kim Golding and Daniel Hughes (2012 Jessica Kingsley Publishers)

The Out of Sync Child by Carol Stock Kranowitz (2005 Perigee)

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders by Julia Brown and Dr Mary Mather (2014)

How to talk so kids will listen and listen so kids will talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish (2013 Piccadily)

How to talk so teens will listen & listen so teens will talk by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish (2006 Piccadily)

The teacher’s Introduction to Attachment by Nicola Marshall (2014 Jessica Kingsley Publishers)

The teacher’s Introduction to Attachment: Workbook by Nicola Marshall (2015 Braveheart Publishing)

A Good Practice Guide for School by PAC (2013)

Observing Children with Attachment Difficulties in School by Kim Golding, Jane Fain, Ann Frost, Catthy Mills, Helen Worrall, Netty Roberts, Eleanor Durrant and Sian Templeton (2013 Jessica Kingsley Publishers)

Education Now by Adoption UK (2012)

Books to use with children

Colour away your worries by Leslie Ironside and Haia Ironside (2015 Buster books)

What to do when your temper flares by Dawn Huebner (2008 Imagination Press)

The Huge bag of worries by Virginia Ironside (1996 Hodder Children’s books)

When my worries get too big! By Kari Dunn Buran (2013 AAPC Publishing)

The Great Big book of Feelings by Mary Hoffman (2013 Frances Lincoln Children’s books)

The Red Beast by K I Al-Ghani (2008 Jessica Kingsley Publishing)

How are you Feeling today? By Molly Potter (2014 Featherstone Education)

One Marble a day by Camille Gibbs (2014 Hinton Publishers)

How Hattie hated Kindness by Margot Sunderland (2003 Speechmark)

A Nifflenoo called Nevermind by Margot Sunderland (2000 Speechmark)

Willy and the Wobbly House by Margot Sunderland (2000 Speechmark)

The Frog who longed for the moon to smile by Margot Sunderland (2000 Speechmark)

The Day the sea went out and never came back by Margot Sunderland (2003 Speechmark)

Charley Chatty and the Wiggly Worm by Sarah Naish and Rose Jefferies (2017 Jessica Kingsley)

Rosie Rudey and the very annoying parent by Sarah Naish and Rose Jefferies (2017 Jessica Kingsley)

Sophie Spikey has a very big problem by Sarah Naish and Rose Jefferies (2016 Amazon)

William Wobbly and the very bad day by Sarah Naish and Rose Jefferies (2016 Amazon)