Consultancy Report

Towards best practice in educating and supporting separated children in Scotland: Executive Summary

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Lucas SE, Grant M & Burns A (2019) Towards best practice in educating and supporting separated children in Scotland: Executive Summary. Glasgow Clyde Education Foundation and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Glasgow. https://www.scottishrefugeecouncil.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Towards_Best_Practice_Separated_Children_report_2019.pdf

Abstract
This research forms part of the project: Towards Best Practice in Educating Separated Children in Scotland (16-18). The project’s goals were threefold: to assess the educational and well-being needs of separated children in Scotland (aged 16-18 years), consider how the “ESOL 16+” Programme (English for Speakers of Other Languages) at Glasgow Clyde College and its partners are meeting these needs inside and outside the classroom, and compare it to international good practice.

StatusPublished
FundersPaul Hamlyn Foundation
Publication date30/09/2019
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/30842
Publisher URLhttps://www.scottishrefugeecouncil.org.uk/…_report_2019.pdf
Place of publicationGlasgow

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People

Dr Andrew Burns
Dr Andrew Burns

Research Fellow, Social Work

Dr Maggie Grant
Dr Maggie Grant

Research Fellow, Social Work

Dr Sian Lucas
Dr Sian Lucas

Lecturer, Social Work

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