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Realising the potential of Children in Care

VSK North Kent & Medway Team Book Club 2020-2021

Posted on by Judy Molyneux

In association with Medway Virtual School these are the books we have enjoyed reading and recommend to anyone working with vulnerable children.

NEWSTerm 2 - Know Me to Teach Me by Louise Bomber
“Another excellent book by Louise Bomber; a must have book for those working with children!”
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NEWSTerm 3 - Overcoming Barriers to Learning by Sheila Mulvenney
“Great book with lots of practical advice for adults supporting the complex issues our children face.”
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NEWSTerm 4 - Fosterboy by Rhian Taylor
“Great book, very thought provoking to view the story through different lens of the characters, creating feelings of empathy and understanding.”
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NEWSTerm 5 - The Boy Who Was Raised As a Dog by Dr Bruce Perry
“I would like to say that I did really enjoy reading the book and found the detail fascinating. It was both heart-breaking and heart-warming, and the description of how babies missing out on having one or two main care givers in the first 12 months of life affects their development helped me to understand the difficulties some of our children face.”
“I took the positives from it…I found the book hopeful.” .
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NEWSTerm 6 - The Inclusive Classroom by Daniel Sobel & Sara Alston
“A reminder of how sometimes, it’s the simplest solutions which can make the biggest differences.”