SEND Children and young people’s development (0 – 25)

 Operational definition
Young People and children Identified milestones for the development of children and young people: 0-4, 5-16, 17-19 and 20-25.

Reflective questions

  • How do providers cover child development in their teacher training programmes?
  • How do providers cover the development of adolescents to adulthood in their teacher training programmes?
  • What work is undertaken to support the four outcomes of ‘preparing for adulthood’?
ITRAC information Preparing for Adulthood Outcomes Across the Age Ranges for Children and Young People with SEND
Attachment – beyond interpersonal relationships
ITRAC tools copy Childhood Developmental Milestones
Preparing for Adulthood
The Resilient Classroom: A Resource Pack for Tutor Groups and Pastoral School Staff
ITRAC research copy Resilience Framework (Children & Young People) Oct 2012
Toys as Instructional Tools in Developing Problem-Solving Skills in Children
Personality Stability From Age 14 to Age 77 Years
 Active learning task
ITRAC active learning task
 Case study
ITRAC case study
This is an ongoing project; further resources will be added as they become available.
 Further reading Key Concepts in Early Childhood Education and Care