The last monthly issue of Children Webmag came out on 1 June 2012. Since then we have published twenty-three contributions at intervals – very varied in content and style. More have been promised for the coming months and, if you have something to share, please send it in – research, new ideas, something to grumble … Read more
As explained in the Editorial All Change?, we are at a turning point for the Webmag. This is the last monthly issue. From now on we shall be adding material as it comes in and circulating subscribers from time to time about the new articles.News Views covers its usual mixture – language impairment, epilepsy, childminding, … Read more
A turning point for the Webmag.
Including language impairment, epilepsy, childminding, fostering and adoption, rating books, the Golden Jubilee, running away, safeguarding, ‘research’ and Mittel Appenzell.
Our Editorial looks at the main ideas which have underpinned the Webmag over the last twelve and a half years, and invites readers to contribute (in the next fortnight) to our one hundred and fiftieth issue. News Views includes sport for all, great teachers, children’s rights in Wales, paying for truancy, Care.com, transport and … Read more
Including sport for all, great teachers, children’s rights in Wales, paying for truancy, Care.com, transport and family story-telling
The thinking that has underpinned the Webmag.
There are three main groups of contributions this month – articles on child care practice, contributions from or about issues in other countries, and book reviews. First the practice articles. – In his In Residence column, Keith White looks at the way that families function as a part of wider communities. – Michael Greig … Read more
How child care workers keep in touch
Including truancy, social pedagogy in Ireland, the demise of the CWDC, church child abuse, Tony Newton, Herb Barnes, parental mileage, tablets, children’s clocks, spring-cleaning and flat panel TVs
The Editorial this month is on the important subject of self-harm, and there is an article also, reporting on a survey on the subject. Valerie Jackson continues her account of home education, “weathering the storm”. Keith White gets to the heart of what residential child care is all about – dealing with the important through … Read more
An important issue which merits more attention and support