|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Reports and Discussion Papers|
|Title:||Towards best practice in educating and supporting separated children in Scotland: Executive Summary|
|Author(s):||Lucas, Siân E|
|Citation:||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.|
|Rights:||Full report available online at stirling.ac.uk and scottishrefugeecouncil.org.uk|
|ESOL_Towards best practice_Summary.pdf||Fulltext - Published Version||532.94 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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