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Damaged Children: Ross

Ross isn’t understood by his family. They think he’s got mental health problems. His mother told me how much work he is, and how worried she is about him. She thinks his younger brother might be OK most of the … Continue reading

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It’s Father Christmas!

It’s cold, the weather’s a bit yuk, but hey, it’s nearly Christmas! I’ve spent the day in a primary school that was Christmas crazy – tinsel and paperchains on everything and everyone. Even the head looked uncannily like a Christmas … Continue reading

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Damaged Children: Emma & Molly

Emma was known throughout the school. Staff, parents and pupils all knew that she could be unpredictable and violent. She was only in Year 4, but quite tall and strong for her age, and with a fierce determination to inflict … Continue reading

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Damaged Children: Tahira

In my last post, I stated that I was going to write about some of the damaged children I have come across in my teaching career, explaining what support was given and the impact this had on them and their … Continue reading

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