A preliminary report exploring the need for and development of a coherent Personal and Social Education curriculum

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Maynard, T., Moss, J., Bowie, B., Christie, S., Bainbridge, A., Barnes, J., Blamires, M., Hassett, A., Powell, S., Robinson, S. and Canterbury Christ Church University 2013. A preliminary report exploring the need for and development of a coherent Personal and Social Education curriculum.
AuthorsMaynard, T., Moss, J., Bowie, B., Christie, S., Bainbridge, A., Barnes, J., Blamires, M., Hassett, A., Powell, S., Robinson, S. and Canterbury Christ Church University
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Introduction and Executive Summary

This report aims to give an overview of the reasons why children and young people in UK schools need a coherent, personal and social education curriculum. This is followed by the mapping of a range of recommendations which would support its development. In brief, the report states the following:

• A lack of clarity regarding the status of personal and social education in the curriculum has resulted in inconsistency in its delivery and has undermined the establishment of a cohesive professional network of teachers and health and social care professionals.

• Simultaneously, there is evidence that our young people are not being adequately supported to make the life choices that will enhance their wellbeing and life chances.

• Effective education of children and young people in personal and social matters presents a complex challenge and needs to address the value that the learners themselves place on the relevance of the content of the teaching and the frankness with which it is delivered as well as numerous age - and context-specific determinants of their decision-making and behaviour.

• Given the above, there is a clear need for a review that would comprehensively address the aims, content, delivery and training requirements of this subject.

• This review would best be achieved through the establishment of expert and reference groups, co-ordinated by a body which is well-placed in the sector and appropriately experienced.

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Barnes, J. 2007. Using the built environment to generate musical composition. in: Austin, R. (ed.) Letting the Outside In: Developing Teaching and Learning Beyond the Early Years Classroom Stoke on Trent Trentham. pp. 33-51
Speech bubbles: an evaluation of the 2013-14 extended programme funded by the Shine Trust
Barnes, J. 2015. Speech bubbles: an evaluation of the 2013-14 extended programme funded by the Shine Trust. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
Children's views of older people
Robinson, S. and Howatson-Jones, L. 2014. Children's views of older people. Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 28 (3), pp. 293-312. https://doi.org/10.1080/02567853.2014.912995
Theorizing the relationship between UK schools and migrant parents of Eastern European origin: the parents’ perspective
Christie, S. and Szorenyi, A. 2015. Theorizing the relationship between UK schools and migrant parents of Eastern European origin: the parents’ perspective. The International Journal about Parents in Education. 9 (1), pp. 145-156.
Positivist scientific exploration – can universal truths and grand narratives be discovered in research about human beings?
Christie, S. 2015. Positivist scientific exploration – can universal truths and grand narratives be discovered in research about human beings? in: David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. (ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Philosophies and Theories of Early Childhood Education and Care. Abingdon Routledge. pp. 189-200
The baby room project: findings and implications
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2015. The baby room project: findings and implications. Early Years Educator. 17 (1), pp. 46-52. https://doi.org/10.12968/eyed.2015.17.1.38
The experience of pregnancy and early parenting for women who are addicted to heroin
Christie, S. 2015. The experience of pregnancy and early parenting for women who are addicted to heroin.
Researching literacy lives: building communities between home and school
Cremin, T., Mottram, M., Collins, F., Powell, S. and Drury, R. 2014. Researching literacy lives: building communities between home and school. London Routledge.
Building communities of engaged readers: reading for pleasure
Cremin, T., Mottram, M., Collins, F., Powell, S. and Safford, K. 2014. Building communities of engaged readers: reading for pleasure. London Routledge.
What sustains a fulfilling life in education?
Barnes, J. 2013. What sustains a fulfilling life in education? Journal of Education and Training Studies. 1 (2), pp. 74-88. https://doi.org/10.10.11114/jets.v1i2.144
Supporting children with life limiting or threatening conditions in mainstream education
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2014. Supporting children with life limiting or threatening conditions in mainstream education.
Why do children become overweight?
Robinson, S. 2013. Why do children become overweight? Pediatrics for Parents. 28 (09/10), pp. 18-19. https://doi.org/5516
Life limiting illness in the classroom
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2013. Life limiting illness in the classroom. Every Child Update. 29.
Children's health and wellbeing
Robinson, S. 2014. Children's health and wellbeing. in: Maynard, T. and Powell, S. (ed.) An Introduction to Early Childhood Studies London SAGE. pp. 197-210
Teaching for life
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2013. Teaching for life.
An evaluation of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illness in mainstream schools
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2012. An evaluation of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illness in mainstream schools.
An evaluation of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illness in mainstream schools
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2012. An evaluation of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illness in mainstream schools.
An examination of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illnesss in mainstream schools
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2012. An examination of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illnesss in mainstream schools.
Children's perceptions of eating and body image
Robinson, S. 1999. Children's perceptions of eating and body image. PhD Thesis University of Southampton Education
East Kent Global Citizens: using the citizenship curriculum at Key Stage 3 to teach about refugees and asylum seekers
Barnes, J. 2004. East Kent Global Citizens: using the citizenship curriculum at Key Stage 3 to teach about refugees and asylum seekers. Canterbury Multicultural Association.
Teaching for Life
Durrant, I., Robinson, S., Ekins, A., Summers, K. and Jones, H. 2014. Teaching for Life. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
Teaching for life: teachers and life limiting conditions
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2014. Teaching for life: teachers and life limiting conditions.
Teaching for life
Robinson, S. and Durrant, I. 2014. Teaching for life.
The unitary ability of IQ in the WISC-IV and its computation
Orsini, A., Pezzuti, L., Hulbert, S., Sapienza University of Rome and Canterbury Christ Church University 2014. The unitary ability of IQ in the WISC-IV and its computation. Personality and Individual Differences. 69, pp. 173-175. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2014.05.023
Seeking Froebel's mother songs in daycare for babies
Powell, S., Goouch, K. and Werth, L. 2013. Seeking Froebel's mother songs in daycare for babies.
International snapshots of provision for babies and young children
Powell, S. and Goouch, K. 2013. International snapshots of provision for babies and young children. in: Pugh, G. and Duffy, B. (ed.) Contemporary Issues in the Early Years London SAGE. pp. 39-54
Drama to promote personal and social well-being in six and seven year old children with communication difficulties: The Speech Bubbles Project
Barnes, J. 2013. Drama to promote personal and social well-being in six and seven year old children with communication difficulties: The Speech Bubbles Project. Perspectives in Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757913912469486
The emerging butterfly: the health promoting hospital nurse
Robinson, S. 2000. The emerging butterfly: the health promoting hospital nurse.
Getting published
Bowie, B. 2005. Getting published. RE-Net, Canterbury Christ Church University.
Contemporary life stances and education for sustainable development
Bowie, B. 2005. Contemporary life stances and education for sustainable development. Canterbury RE-Net, Canterbury Christ Church University.
Post secular trends: issues of faith and education
Bowie, B., Peterson, A. and Revell, L. 2012. Post secular trends: issues of faith and education. Journal of Beliefs & Values: Studies in Religion & Education. 33 (2), pp. 139-141. https://doi.org/10.1080/13617672.2012.694057
Human rights education and the post secular turn
Bowie, B. 2012. Human rights education and the post secular turn. Journal of Beliefs & Values: Studies in Religion & Education. 33 (2), pp. 195-205. https://doi.org/10.1080/13617672.2012.694062
A narrative literature review of the development of obesity in infancy and childhood
Robinson, S., Yardy, K. and Carter, V. 2012. A narrative literature review of the development of obesity in infancy and childhood. Journal of Child Health Care. 16 (4), pp. 339-354. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367493512443908
Cross faculty and interagency programme development: case study: Foundation Degree in Working with Young People and Young People's Services
Bainbridge, A., Bassot, B. and Ashford, E. 2006. Cross faculty and interagency programme development: case study: Foundation Degree in Working with Young People and Young People's Services. Every Child Matters Conference. Salomons Campus, Canterbury Christ Church University, Tonbridge, UK 13 Feb 2006
The nature and experience of academic understanding: a response
Bainbridge, A. 2013. The nature and experience of academic understanding: a response. The Psychology of Education Review. 37 (1).
Past, present, future
Rogers, R. and Barnes, J. 2003. Past, present, future. Primary Geographer. 50, pp. 22-23.
Young children’s choices for play opportunities – a retrospective critique of a consultation project
Powell, S. and Goouch, K. 2011. Young children’s choices for play opportunities – a retrospective critique of a consultation project.
The baby room: consulting family wish lists
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2011. The baby room: consulting family wish lists.
Who in the world cares for babies?
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2010. Who in the world cares for babies?
Who cares for babies?
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2012. Who cares for babies?
What sustains a life in education?
Barnes, J. 2012. What sustains a life in education? PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Education
Intentional psychology, accidental biography: using a post hoc lens of biography to view the development of a psychological theory of learning and evolution during simultaneous life transitions of becoming a mother and recovering from heroin addiction.
Christie, S. 2013. Intentional psychology, accidental biography: using a post hoc lens of biography to view the development of a psychological theory of learning and evolution during simultaneous life transitions of becoming a mother and recovering from heroin addiction.
Busy bodies: an interactive event for pre-school children and their carers
Robinson, S. and Vella-Burrows, T. 2002. Busy bodies: an interactive event for pre-school children and their carers. Bodies at the Metropole. The Metropole Galleries, Folkestone, UK 26 Sep 2002
The baby room: principles, policies and practice
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2013. The baby room: principles, policies and practice. Maidenhead, Berkshire, UK Open University Press.
Foundations of character: methodological aspects of a study of character development in three- to six-year-old children with a focus on sharing behaviours
Arthur, J., Powell, S. and Lin, H. 2012. Foundations of character: methodological aspects of a study of character development in three- to six-year-old children with a focus on sharing behaviours. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. https://doi.org/10.1080/1350293X.2012.707413
Building communities: teachers researching literacy lives
Cremin, T., Mottram, M., Powell, S. and Drury, R. 2012. Building communities: teachers researching literacy lives. Improving Schools. 15 (2), pp. 101-115.
Whose hand rocks the cradle? Parallel discourses in the baby room
Powell, S. and Goouch, K. 2012. Whose hand rocks the cradle? Parallel discourses in the baby room. Early Years: an International Journal of Research and Development. 32 (2), pp. 113-128. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575146.2012.687865
Orchestrating professional development for baby room practitioners: raising the stakes in new dialogic encounters
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2012. Orchestrating professional development for baby room practitioners: raising the stakes in new dialogic encounters. Journal of Early Childhood Research. 11 (1), pp. 78-92. https://doi.org/10.1177/1476718X12448374
The GENERATE project: curriculum and pedagogical inspiration from parents and their children working together
Barnes, J. 2010. The GENERATE project: curriculum and pedagogical inspiration from parents and their children working together. Improving Schools. 13 (2), pp. 143-157. https://doi.org/10.1177/1365480210376477
An action research project evaluating core health visiting service in South West Kent Primary Care NHS Trust
Smith, A., Crilley, L., Lungmuss, J., Robinson, S., Winstanley, A. and Bailey, D. 2004. An action research project evaluating core health visiting service in South West Kent Primary Care NHS Trust.
Happiness matters: towards a pedagogy of happiness and well-being
Scoffham, S. and Barnes, J. 2011. Happiness matters: towards a pedagogy of happiness and well-being. Curriculum Journal. 22 (4), pp. 535-548. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585176.2011.627214
Report to the Creative Foundation on the Folkestone Triennial Review
van Vuuren, W., Jackson, A., Powell, S. and Apps, J. 2012. Report to the Creative Foundation on the Folkestone Triennial Review.
Supervision for education professionals: personal encounters with practice
Bainbridge, A. 2012. Supervision for education professionals: personal encounters with practice.
How graduate teachers experience professional identity
Bainbridge, A. 2006. How graduate teachers experience professional identity.
Prequels and sequels: the life story and professional narratives of new educational professionals
Bainbridge, A. 2010. Prequels and sequels: the life story and professional narratives of new educational professionals.
Bridging gaps
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Introduction: minding a gap
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Prequels and sequels: a psychoanalytic understanding of developing a professional practice in an education setting
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Introduction: making a case for the psychoanalytic study of education
Bainbridge, A. and West, L. 2011. Introduction: making a case for the psychoanalytic study of education. Cliopsy. 6 (11), pp. 7-15.
An evaluation of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life-limiting illness in schools
Robinson, S. and Summers, K. 2012. An evaluation of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life-limiting illness in schools. Pastoral Care in Education. 30 (3), pp. 191-207. https://doi.org/10.1080/02643944.2012.671341
Beginning teaching: the theory/practice divide
Bainbridge, A. 2011. Beginning teaching: the theory/practice divide. Cliopsy. 6, pp. 25-32.
Transformational experiences and deep learning: the impact of an overseas study visit on UK initial teacher education students
Scoffham, S. and Barnes, J. 2009. Transformational experiences and deep learning: the impact of an overseas study visit on UK initial teacher education students. Journal of Education for Teaching. 35 (3), pp. 257-270.
Human rights and religion in the English secondary RE curriculum
Bowie, B. 2011. Human rights and religion in the English secondary RE curriculum. Journal of Beliefs and Values. 32 (3), pp. 269-280. https://doi.org/10.1080/13617672.2011.627674
Early childhood education and care
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I Should CoCo?: The awareness of community cohesion and its utility as a tool for teacher preparation and professional development
Blamires, M., Cameron, D., Kaye, L. and Canterbury Christ Church University 2011. I Should CoCo?: The awareness of community cohesion and its utility as a tool for teacher preparation and professional development.
What play therapists do within the therapeutic relationship of humanistic/non-directive play therapy
Robinson, S. 2011. What play therapists do within the therapeutic relationship of humanistic/non-directive play therapy. Pastoral Care in Education. 29 (3), pp. 207-220. https://doi.org/10.1080/02643944.2011.599858
Supporting public health practitioners to support the emotional well-being of young people
Hassett, A. 2007. Supporting public health practitioners to support the emotional well-being of young people.
Bits ‘n pieces of other places
Barnes, J. 2000. Bits ‘n pieces of other places. Times Educational Supplement, Curriculum Special.
Net value
Barnes, J. 2000. Net value. Primary Geographer. 42, p. 15.
Design and Technology and the Historic Environment
Barnes, J. 1999. Design and Technology and the Historic Environment. London English Heritage.
Environmental ethics
Bowie, B. 2008. Environmental ethics.
Positive pedagogy in cross disciplinary practice
Barnes, J. and Scoffham, S. 2008. Positive pedagogy in cross disciplinary practice.
An emotional roller coaster: the transformational impact of overseas study visits on UK initial teacher education students
Barnes, J. and Scoffham, S. 2008. An emotional roller coaster: the transformational impact of overseas study visits on UK initial teacher education students.
Outlining the case for positive pedagogy
Barnes, J. and Scoffham, S. 2008. Outlining the case for positive pedagogy.
Lost and found: the health promoting nurse
Robinson, S. 2000. Lost and found: the health promoting nurse.
How green is your god?
Bowie, B. 2009. How green is your god?
PGCE secondary provision and the new curriculum
Bowie, B. 2009. PGCE secondary provision and the new curriculum.
Explorations of interagency working in speech, language and communication in England
Godfrey, R., Powell, S., Soan, S. and Tod, J. 2007. Explorations of interagency working in speech, language and communication in England.
Thinking about ethics in RE learning
Bowie, B. 2007. Thinking about ethics in RE learning.
Dignity, religion, education
Bowie, B. 2007. Dignity, religion, education.
"...it really feels like I have finished my studies now": an online exploration of learning biographies
Bainbridge, A. 2007. "...it really feels like I have finished my studies now": an online exploration of learning biographies.
"...it really feels like I have finished my studies now": an online exploration of learning biographies
Bainbridge, A. 2007. "...it really feels like I have finished my studies now": an online exploration of learning biographies.
Ethical studies
Bowie, B. 2004. Ethical studies. Cheltenham Nelson Thornes.
Kent healthy early years pilot
Robinson, S., Meehan, C. and Powell, S. 2010. Kent healthy early years pilot.
Women, weight and health: self-help and empowerment
Robinson, S. 1996. Women, weight and health: self-help and empowerment. Community Practitioner and Health Visitor Journal. 69 (10), pp. 432-433.
Women, weight and health: the biomedical model
Robinson, S. 1996. Women, weight and health: the biomedical model. Community Practitioner and Health Visitor Journal. 69 (9), pp. 379-381.
Introducing the arts into nurse education
Robinson, S. 2007. Introducing the arts into nurse education. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health. 127 (1), pp. 11-12. https://doi.org/10.1177/1466424007073201
Developing character and values in the early years: foundations of character
Arthur, J., Powell, S. and Lin, H. 2010. Developing character and values in the early years: foundations of character. University of Birmingham Learning for Life.
Eating Abroad Together (EAT): The impact of a European language and intercultural intervention on teachers' knowledge and attitudes
Robinson, S. 2010. Eating Abroad Together (EAT): The impact of a European language and intercultural intervention on teachers' knowledge and attitudes.
Children and young people's views of health professionals in England
Robinson, S. 2010. Children and young people's views of health professionals in England. Journal of Child Health Care. 14 (4), pp. 310-326. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367493510381772
Report to Folkestone Harbour Company: Results of consultations on Folkestone seafront - a new approach
van Vuuren, W., Powell, S. and Apps, J. 2010. Report to Folkestone Harbour Company: Results of consultations on Folkestone seafront - a new approach. Folkestone Harbour Company.
Music and the Rose Review: In praise of the wordless
Barnes, J. 2009. Music and the Rose Review: In praise of the wordless. National Association of Music Educators (NAME) Magazine.
Creativity and composition in music
Barnes, J. 2001. Creativity and composition in music. in: Philpott, C. and Plummeridge, C. (ed.) Issues in Music Teaching London Routledge Falmer. pp. 92-104
Kent Healthy Early Years pilot: practitioners' and parents' views
Robinson, S., Meehan, C. and Powell, S. 2010. Kent Healthy Early Years pilot: practitioners' and parents' views. Kent County Council Extended Schools Service/East Kent Coastal and West Kent PCTs.
The baby room project
Powell, S. and Goouch, K. 2010. The baby room project.
Healthy early years
Robinson, S., Meehan, C. and Powell, S. 2010. Healthy early years.
''Not allowed to kiss the babies.'' Complexities and contradictions in 'baby room' policies and practice
Powell, S. 2010. ''Not allowed to kiss the babies.'' Complexities and contradictions in 'baby room' policies and practice.
Who cares?
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2010. Who cares? Nursery World.
Play and prescription: the impact of national developments in England
David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2010. Play and prescription: the impact of national developments in England. in: Kernan, M. and Singer, E. (ed.) Peer Relationships in Early Childhood: Education and Care Abingdon, UK Routledge. pp. 49-60
The integration of music with other subject disciplines, particularly other art forms
Barnes, J. 2009. The integration of music with other subject disciplines, particularly other art forms. in: Evans, J. and Philpott, C. (ed.) A Practical Guide to Teaching Music in the Secondary School Abingdon, UK Routledge.
Miracles take a little longer: project 2000 and the health-promoting nurse
Robinson, S. 1995. Miracles take a little longer: project 2000 and the health-promoting nurse. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 32 (6), pp. 568-579. https://doi.org/10.1016/0020-7489(95)00021-6
Creativity in the curriculum
Cremin, T. and Barnes, J. 2010. Creativity in the curriculum. in: Arthur, J. and Cremin, T. (ed.) Learning to Teach in the Primary School Abingdon, UK Routledge. pp. 357-373
Nursing in Saudi Arabia
Robinson, S. 1995. Nursing in Saudi Arabia. Nursing Times.
OCR A2 psychology student book
Bainbridge, A., Collier, W., Latham, S., Middleton, S. and Saunders, B. 2008. OCR A2 psychology student book. Harlow Heinemann.
OCR AS psychology student book
Bainbridge, A., Bradshaw, P., Latham, S. and Lintern, F. 2008. OCR AS psychology student book. Harlow Heinemann.
Investigating the gender discourse for mature women on a foundation degree
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The GENERATE project: curricular and pedagogical inspiration from parents and their children working together
Barnes, J. 2010. The GENERATE project: curricular and pedagogical inspiration from parents and their children working together. Improving Schools. 13 (2), pp. 143-157. https://doi.org/10.1177/1365480210376477
Dirty work
Barnes, J. 2002. Dirty work. Primary Geographer. 48, pp. 38-39.
Children's perceptions of who controls their food
Robinson, S. 2000. Children's perceptions of who controls their food. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 13 (3), pp. 163-171. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-277x.2000.00229.x
Our healthier hospital? The challenge for nursing
Robinson, S. and Hill, Y. 1999. Our healthier hospital? The challenge for nursing. Journal of Nursing Management. 7 (1), pp. 13-17. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2834.1999.00972.x
The health promoting nurse
Robinson, S. and Hill, Y. 1998. The health promoting nurse. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 7 (3), pp. 232-238. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2702.1998.00151.x
Geography, creativity and place
Barnes, J. 2004. Geography, creativity and place. in: Scoffham, S. (ed.) Primary Geography Handbook Sheffield Geographical Association. pp. 24-33
Teachers’ emotions, teachers’ creativity
Barnes, J. 2003. Teachers’ emotions, teachers’ creativity. Improving Schools. 6 (1), pp. 39-43.
Young, gifted and... human
Hancox, G. and Barnes, J. 2004. Young, gifted and... human. Improving Schools. 7 (1), pp. 11-21. https://doi.org/10.1177/1365480204042114
Creating the world in the mind
Barnes, J. 2003. Creating the world in the mind. Primary Geographer. 50, pp. 16-18.
Creativity in the primary curriculum
Barnes, J. and Grainger, T. 2006. Creativity in the primary curriculum. in: Arthur, J., Grainger, T. and Wray, D. (ed.) Learning to Teach in the Primary School Routledge. pp. 209-225
Children's learning
Bainbridge, A. 2007. Children's learning. in: Nurse, A. (ed.) The New Early Years Professional: Dilemmas and Debates London Routledge. pp. 55-67
Child development and psychology
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'Strangely familiar': authentic experience, teacher education and a thought-provoking environment
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Hitting the right note (subject coordinator's file)
Barnes, J. 2005. Hitting the right note (subject coordinator's file). Child Education. 29 (1), pp. 46-47.
Planning the perfect curriculum
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''On your mind'' Howard Gardner - child development pioneer
Barnes, J. 2005. ''On your mind'' Howard Gardner - child development pioneer. Nursery World. 105 (3965), pp. 12-13.
AQA Religious Studies A2: ethics: student's book
Bowie, B. 2009. AQA Religious Studies A2: ethics: student's book. Cheltenham, UK Nelson Thornes.
AQA GCSE Religious Studies A: Roman Catholicism: Ethics
Bowie, B. 2009. AQA GCSE Religious Studies A: Roman Catholicism: Ethics. Cheltenham, UK Nelson Thornes.
AQA GCSE Religious Studies A: Christianity: Ethics
Bowie, B. 2009. AQA GCSE Religious Studies A: Christianity: Ethics. Cheltenham, UK Nelson Thornes.
Space to reflect: creative leadership and the science of learning
Barnes, J. and Scoffham, S. 2009. Space to reflect: creative leadership and the science of learning. London, UK Creative Partnerships.
The new health visitor
Robinson, S., Arnott, J. and Greaves, J. 2007. The new health visitor. in: Nurse, A. (ed.) The New Early Years Professional: Dilemmas and Debates London Routledge. pp. 111-121
Beginning at the beginning
David, T. and Powell, S. 2007. Beginning at the beginning. in: Moyles, J. (ed.) Beginning Teaching Beginning Learning Maidenhead Open University Press.
Using the built environment for musical composition
Barnes, J. 2007. Using the built environment for musical composition. in: Austin, R. (ed.) Letting the Outside In Stoke-on-Trent, UK Trentham Books. pp. 90-112
A conversation about creative teaching and learning
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Strangely familiar – the HEARTS Project
Shirley, I. and Barnes, J. 2007. Strangely familiar – the HEARTS Project. National Association of Music Educators Magazine. 22, pp. 7-10.
Healthy eating in primary schools
Robinson, S. 2006. Healthy eating in primary schools. London SAGE Publications Ltd.
Developing teachers' knowledge of children's literature: teachers as readers, phase II
Collins, F., Cremin, T., Mottram, M., Powell, S. and Safford, K. 2009. Developing teachers' knowledge of children's literature: teachers as readers, phase II. Books for Keeps. 179, pp. 80-99.
EAT: What the teachers said
Robinson, S. 2009. EAT: What the teachers said.
Arts and health care: the student nurse's journey
Robinson, S. 2006. Arts and health care: the student nurse's journey.
Arts in nurse education: learning to make us feel better
Robinson, S. 2006. Arts in nurse education: learning to make us feel better.
National diet and nutrition survey: young people aged 4 to 18 years
Robinson, S. 2001. National diet and nutrition survey: young people aged 4 to 18 years.
Introducing a breast health strategy into schools
Rogers, C., Thompson, K. and Robinson, S. 2002. Introducing a breast health strategy into schools. Health Education. 102 (3), pp. 106-112. https://doi.org/10.1108/09654280210425994
Outpatient nurses: from handmaiden to autonomous practioner
Robinson, S. and Brenchley, T. 2001. Outpatient nurses: from handmaiden to autonomous practioner. British Journal of Nursing. 10 (16), pp. 1067-1072.
Hide and seek: values in early childhood education and care
Powell, S. 2010. Hide and seek: values in early childhood education and care. British Journal of Educational Studies. 58 (2), pp. 213-229. https://doi.org/10.1080/00071001003752195
Parent education in the People's Republic of China
Powell, S. 1998. Parent education in the People's Republic of China.
Early childhood in China: diaries as research tools
Powell, S. 1998. Early childhood in China: diaries as research tools.
Childhood in England and China
David, T. and Powell, S. 1998. Childhood in England and China.
Constructing early childhood in China
Powell, S. 2000. Constructing early childhood in China.
The influence of culture on play
Powell, S. 2003. The influence of culture on play.
Remembering risk and resilience in work with young families
Powell, S. 2004. Remembering risk and resilience in work with young families.
Friend or FLO? Identity formation for school-based family liaison workers
Powell, S. and Soan, S. 2004. Friend or FLO? Identity formation for school-based family liaison workers.
Gender issues in Chinese early childhood
Powell, S. 2004. Gender issues in Chinese early childhood.
School-based family liaison officers: negotiated professional identities and related outcomes for children and families
Powell, S. and Soan, S. 2004. School-based family liaison officers: negotiated professional identities and related outcomes for children and families.
Young children's views on play: methods and findings from a research and consultation project
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2005. Young children's views on play: methods and findings from a research and consultation project.
Young children's views on play: methods and findings from a research and consultation project
Powell, S. and Goouch, K. 2005. Young children's views on play: methods and findings from a research and consultation project.
Involving children in strategic planning for play
Powell, S. 2006. Involving children in strategic planning for play.
The value of play in England's national policies
Powell, S. 2008. The value of play in England's national policies.
Reading teachers and children: stories from TARS II
Powell, S. 2008. Reading teachers and children: stories from TARS II.
Working together for young children: messages from research
Powell, S. 2009. Working together for young children: messages from research.
Constructions of early childhood in China
Powell, S. 2001. Constructions of early childhood in China. PhD Thesis University of Kent Education
Children's participation in democratic decision-making: outcomes evidence
Powell, S. 2009. Children's participation in democratic decision-making: outcomes evidence. Kent County Council.
A systematic review of learning behaviour in school contexts
Powell, S. and Tod, J. 2004. A systematic review of learning behaviour in school contexts. TDA/EPPI-Centre.
Evaluation of Leicester Children's Fund: final report
Powell, S., Bailey, R. and Stewart, Y. 2004. Evaluation of Leicester Children's Fund: final report. Leicester Children's Fund.
Evaluation of the Kent Family Liaison Officer Service: final report to Kent Children's Fund
Powell, S. and Stow, W. 2004. Evaluation of the Kent Family Liaison Officer Service: final report to Kent Children's Fund. Birmingham, UK University of Birmingham.
Canterbury City Council play strategy: report on a research and consultation project
Powell, S., Bailey, R. and Wellard, I. 2005. Canterbury City Council play strategy: report on a research and consultation project. Canterbury, UK Canterbury City Council.
Report on evaluation of the Malling Literacy Project
Cremin, T., Powell, S. and Precey, R. 2007. Report on evaluation of the Malling Literacy Project. Advisory Service Kent.
The TRACK project in Kent: evaluation report
Barnes, J. and Powell, S. 2008. The TRACK project in Kent: evaluation report. Future Creative.
Funding possibilities for childcare
Godfrey, R., Powell, S. and Reardon, D. 2008. Funding possibilities for childcare. Unified Child Care Agency.
Summary of key childcare (birth to 16) policies, strategies and regulations
Godfrey, R., Powell, S. and Reardon, D. 2008. Summary of key childcare (birth to 16) policies, strategies and regulations. Unified Child Care Agency.
Survey of staff and students: views on childcare
Godfrey, R., Powell, S. and Reardon, D. 2008. Survey of staff and students: views on childcare. Unified Child Care Agency.
Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play
Powell, S. and Wellard, I. 2008. Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play. London, UK Play England.
Building communities of readers
Cremin, T., Collins, F., Mottram, M., Powell, S. and Safford, K. 2008. Building communities of readers. Leicester, UK UK Literacy Association.
We all do good things
Powell, S. 2008. We all do good things. Canterbury, Kent People United.
The current and future markets for Playwork NVQs
Powell, S. 2009. The current and future markets for Playwork NVQs. Kent Children's Fund Network.
Children's views of their workforce
Graham-Matheson, L., Hryniewicz, L., Powell, S., Meehan, P. and Robinson, S. 2009. Children's views of their workforce. Leeds, UK Children's Workforce Network.
Students' decisions about their education and careers
Powell, S. and Kim, C. 2009. Students' decisions about their education and careers. Canterbury, Kent Aimhigher Kent and Medway.
Foundations of character: developing character and value in the early years: report summary
Arthur, J., Powell, S. and Lin, H. 2009. Foundations of character: developing character and value in the early years: report summary. University of Birmingham John Templeton Foundation.
Changing childhoods, changing minds
David, T. and Powell, S. 1999. Changing childhoods, changing minds. in: David, T. (ed.) Young Children Learning London, UK SAGE Publications Ltd. pp. 204-220
Research matters
David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2004. Research matters. in: Abbott, L. and Langston, A. (ed.) Birth to Three Matters Maidenhead, UK Open University Press. pp. 42-55
Ethical aspects of power in research with children
David, T., Tonkin, J., Powell, S. and Anderson, C. 2005. Ethical aspects of power in research with children. in: Farrell, A. (ed.) Ethical Research with Children Maidenhead, UK Open University Press. pp. 124-137
Play in the early years: the influence of cultural difference
David, T. and Powell, S. 2005. Play in the early years: the influence of cultural difference. in: Moyles, J. (ed.) The Excellence of Play Maidenhead, UK Open University Press. pp. 242-254
The world picture
David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2009. The world picture. in: Pugh, G. and Duffy, J. (ed.) Contemporary Issues in the Early Years London, UK SAGE Publications Ltd. pp. 33-46
Play in the early years: the influence of cultural difference
Powell, S. and David, T. 2010. Play in the early years: the influence of cultural difference. in: Moyles, J. (ed.) The Excellence of Play Maidenhead, UK Open University Press. pp. 242-254
Teachers as readers: building communities of readers
Cremin, T., Mottram, M., Collins, F., Powell, S. and Safford, K. 2009. Teachers as readers: building communities of readers. Literacy. 43 (1), pp. 11-19. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1741-4369.2009.00515.x
Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play
Powell, S. and Wellard, I. 2008. Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play. London National Children’s Bureau.
Music and well-being
Barnes, J. 2008. Music and well-being. National Association of Music Educators Magazine. 24, pp. 10-13.
Young children's relationships in the UK
David, T., Powell, S. and Goouch, K. 2010. Young children's relationships in the UK. in: Kernan, M. and Singer, E. (ed.) Young Children's Relationships in a Changing World Netherlands Routledge.
Pre-school overweight and obesity in England
Robinson, S. and Page, K. 2009. Pre-school overweight and obesity in England. Health Education. 109 (6), pp. 507-521. https://doi.org/10.1108/09654280911001176
Transformational experiences and deep learning: the impact of an intercultural study visit to India on UK initial teacher education students
Scoffham, S. and Barnes, J. 2009. Transformational experiences and deep learning: the impact of an intercultural study visit to India on UK initial teacher education students. Journal of Education for Teaching. 35 (3), pp. 257-270. https://doi.org/10.1080/02607470903091294
The value of play: constructions of play in government policy in England
Powell, S. 2009. The value of play: constructions of play in government policy in England. Children & Society. 23 (1), pp. 29-42. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1099-0860.2008.00137.x
The primacy of dignity and human rights education
Bowie, B. 2011. The primacy of dignity and human rights education. PhD Thesis University of Kent / Canterbury Christ Church University Faculty of Education
Holistic health promotion: putting the art into nurse education
Robinson, S. 2007. Holistic health promotion: putting the art into nurse education. Nurse Education in Practice. 7 (3), pp. 173-180. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2006.06.004
Strategic planning for play in England
Powell, S. 2007. Strategic planning for play in England. PlayRights Journal. 29 (4), pp. 13-17.
A creative cocktail: creative teaching in initial teacher education
Grainger, T., Barnes, J. and Scoffham, S. 2004. A creative cocktail: creative teaching in initial teacher education. Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy. 30 (3), pp. 243-253. https://doi.org/10.1080/0260747042000309475
“You could see it on their faces…?”: The importance of provoking smiles in schools
Barnes, J. 2005. “You could see it on their faces…?”: The importance of provoking smiles in schools. Health Education. 105 (5), pp. 392-400. https://doi.org/10.1108/09654280510617204
Strangely familiar: cross-curricular and creative thinking in teacher education
Barnes, J. and Shirley, I. 2007. Strangely familiar: cross-curricular and creative thinking in teacher education. Improving Schools. 10 (2), pp. 290-304. https://doi.org/10.1177/1365480207078580
Cross-Curricular Learning 3-14
Barnes, J. 2007. Cross-Curricular Learning 3-14. Paul Chapman.
Children's books: a resource for children's nursing care
Robinson, S. 2002. Children's books: a resource for children's nursing care. Paediatric Nursing. 14 (5), pp. 26-31.
Positive relationships: baby room - who cares?
Goouch, K. and Powell, S. 2010. Positive relationships: baby room - who cares? Nursery World.
Creative teaching for tomorrow
Cremin, T., Barnes, J. and Scoffham, S. 2009. Creative teaching for tomorrow. Deal, UK Future Creative.
Using art in pre-registration nurse education
Robinson, S. 2007. Using art in pre-registration nurse education. Health Education. 107 (4), pp. 324-342. https://doi.org/10.1108/09654280710759241
Good practice provision for children with speech, language and communication educational needs
Tod, J., Godfrey, R., Soan, S. and Powell, S. 2007. Good practice provision for children with speech, language and communication educational needs. Department for Education and Skills.
Evaluation of the special educational needs parent partnership services in England
Rogers, R., Tod, J., Powell, S., Parsons, C., Godfrey, R., Graham-Matheson, L., Carlson, A. and Cornwall, J. 2006. Evaluation of the special educational needs parent partnership services in England. London, UK Department for Education and Skills.
Birth to three matters: a review of the literature
David, T., Goouch, K., Powell, S. and Abbott, L. 2003. Birth to three matters: a review of the literature. Department for Education and Skills. https://doi.org/RR444
Books: a valuable resource for children's nursing care
Robinson, S., Hughes, K. and Manning, K. 2002. Books: a valuable resource for children's nursing care. Paediatric Nursing. 14 (5), pp. 26-31.
Texts and teachers: the practice guide
Bowie, B. and Clemmey, K. 2000. Texts and teachers: the practice guide. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
Texts and teachers: the findings report
Bowie, B. 2000. Texts and teachers: the findings report. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.