SEBDA is continually evolving to meet the needs of its members and the children and young people with whom they work, against a back drop of constantly changing educational and social policies and initiatives. However it remains true to its core values and these have their routes in the history of the association.
To find out more read The History of the Association (2004) by Marion Bennathan, Allan Rimmer and Ted Cole.
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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...
Early evaluation of the children and young people’s mental health trailblazer programme This animation summarises the key findings. Starting in 2019, The Children and Young People’s Mental Health Trailblazer programme created mental health support teams to work...
Attachment Research Community – Call to Action SEBDA is a signatory to the ARC’s (Attachment Research Community) campaign to raise awareness of Attachment and Trauma needs within schools across England. The Call To Action is for a system wide redevelopment of...