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Scottish Education is distinctive in that it has long had a key focus on wellbeing. Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) emphasises the ‘importance of nurturing learners to help them develop the knowledge and skills they need for positive mental, emotional, social and physical wellbeing at school, in their everyday lives which will be sustained into adult life’.  We know that education practitioners have a key role in our children’s lives. Here is information and also resources concerning attachment informed, trauma-sensitive educational practice.

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A Perspective on Attachment in Scottish Education

Author:
Alison MacDonald, Christine Hadfield & Elaine Mcintos
Subject:
A Perspective on Attachment in Scottish Education
Publish Date:
January 1, 2021

Believe in Me

Author:
Barnardos
Subject:
Relational and trauma sensitive
Publish Date:
January 1, 2020

Using Attachment Theory in Education

Author:
David Woodier and David Lettice
Subject:
Attachment in education
Publish Date:
January 1, 2020

Traumatic memory and ideas for intervention

Author:
David Murray
Subject:
Attachmment in Education
Publish Date:
January 1, 2018

Working together about making choices

Author:
Lio Moscardini and Heather Baldry
Subject:
Education Project
Publish Date:
January 1, 2015

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