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Reports on a detailed study of a school nursing service which has revealed the untapped value of the service and a generally poor understanding of what, precisely, school nurses do, and the nature of their skills and experience. Focuses on one aspect of this study: the changing nature of the...
Shared learning in action is embedded in a belief in child centred approaches, lifeskills development and the importance of self‐esteem. It is a process which can be used with children from the age of eight upwards, in formal and informal settings, to address a wide range of issues. This brief...
The social and cognitive development of young people at adolescence can have a marked influence on their health‐related behaviour. Psychological development can be influenced at both inter‐ and intrapersonal levels, and health behaviour can be explained and accounted for by a diverse range of...
An account of how the author has developed his method of delivering sex education to boys. The emphasis is on moving away from traditional teaching methods and interacting with pupils. The aim is to work with boys in a way which does not conspire to maintain traditional expectations in sexual...
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