Early Childhood Education and Care for refugee families in the UK
Following the release of the UNICEF UK and Refugee Education UK report, ‘Out of sight, Out of mind: How two systems lock the youngest refugee and asylum-seeking children out of early education in England’, on 14th November, resources and firther reading is now available HERE:
This includes case studies from Croydon, Birmingham and Oxford and more detail on Therapeutic Mentoring Rooms, Orientation and Induction Programmes, and focussed use of pastoral and family support in school.
While plenty of good practice has now been identified there are also significant inconsistencies and we continue to work together to address these in the interest of children’s education, their families and our shared communities.
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